HBA's Woman of the Year Podcast Series

March 6, 2009

Maureen Regan, managing partner of Regan Campbell Ward-McCann and the 1997 Woman of the Year, says it’s difficult to distinguish personal from professional roadblocks when you start a business.

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Tamar Howson, former director of worldwide business development at SmithKline Beecham, says women must have the self-confidence to demand a life outside of the office.

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Charlotte Sibley, a senior vice president for Shire, says she’s been hired, fired, upsized, downsized, promoted, demoted, and acquired-but through it all has learned some very important lessons.

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In 1996, Kathy Giusti was diagnosed with a then-incurable cancer. Instead of giving up, she decided to fight back by establishing the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

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Meryl Zausner, CFO of Novartis North America, says that when it came to traveling for work, leaving her son was hard, but coming home was even harder.

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Live life on your toes, not your heels, says Lynn O’Connor Vos, CEO of Grey Healthcare Group, and you’ll always be ready for opportunities. 

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Over a 30-year career, there were many bumps in the road-especially as a woman and as a minority, says Sarah Harrison, former vice president of customer strategy integration for AstraZeneca, and CEO of H&S Enterprise, Inc.

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Lynn Gaudioso, president of Ivanhoe Strategies, LLC and a former vice president for Pfizer, says it’s easy to time correct for the gender issues that plagued pharma-but women need to confirm those rights. 

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