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Lorraine Marchand has held executive roles in Management, Operations and Business Development for companies including Bristol-Myers Squibb, Covance, Cognizant Technology Solutions and IQVIA.  She established the first national diabetes education program at the National Institutes of Health. A serial entrepreneur,  Lorraine co-founded two life sciences companies and a consulting services company. 


Lorraine  is also an adjunct professor for healthcare at Columbia Business School, where she chairs the health science program. She  conducts workshops on innovation and leadership for Fortune 500 companies. She is a mentor and coach to women in corporate positions and to graduate and undergraduate students. (Lorraine holds MBA degrees from Columbia University, and the London Business School,  a Master’s from The American University; and a Bachelor’s in Science from the University of Maryland.)

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Innnovate Without Failure

The Biggest Lie About Career Fulfillment

Resiliency: The Key to Leadership

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