Christine Poblete

Christine Poblete

Work History

Work History
2004 - Present

IMCLONE SYSTEMS INC.

Logistics Specialist III (2010-Present)

Project managed critical study milestone activities, expiry updates at the global depots by managing tasks, timelines & communication with clinical supply planning, clinical development, quality assurance product development, strategic sourcing, procurement & external vendors. Orchestrate logistics of clinical drug research and development efforts, including concept, development, and packaging to maintain drug supply on a global scale.

  • Partnered with clinical operations team to forecast supply requirements for protocol designs, drugs accountability, and monitor global inventory levels.
  • Provided project management support for the creation & implementation of TEMPS (Temperature Excursion Management Processing System).

Project Coordinator (2006-2010)Contributed to effective manufacturing operations management by collaborating with interdisciplinary teams and applying project management principles to oversee project planning, sequencing, scheduling, monitoring, executing, and completing projects in alignment with outlined goals. Developed and communicated project objectives, documented milestones, maintained schedules, and updated stakeholders.

  • Spearheaded the design, development, and deployment of LIMS. Streamlined and standardized processes across three manufacturing facilities.
  • Supervised daily activities of manufacturing sample lab and maintained cGXP compliance.

Regulatory Affairs Coordinator (2005-2006) / Clinical Affairs Consultant (2004-2005)Oversaw the preparation of investigational new drug (IND) submissions to the FDA; gathered, documented, and processed six clinical research projects. Collaborated with document publishing vendor, clinical researchers, internal teams, and senior management to deliver high quality results within tight deadlines.

  • Evaluated criteria, redesigned processes, and standardized protocol of compiling and reviewing clinical site documentation for regulatory authorities, improving the overall quality of FDA submissions.
  • Coordinated the review and start-up of two clinical monoclonal antibody pipeline study's documentation by interfacing with regulatory and clinical affairs project teams.
  • Facilitated the refilling and subsequent approval of Erbitux, treatment for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the head andneck, which improved corporate reputation.
2004 - Present

HILLIER ARCHITECTURE

Marketing ConsultantPartnered with architects to devise marketing strategies and sales presentations, including schematic designs and market data to secure new business. Conducted extensive market research and industry analysis to identify opportunities. Prepared request for proposals (RFP's) and request for qualifications (RFQ's) and created all marketing materials.

2003 - 2004

PC MARKETING, INC.

Marketing AssistantAssisted the president in executing daily marketing activities to drive revenue and profitability of this health and beauty products company. Created and executed integrated marketing campaigns, including direct mail, print, and public relations to increase brand awareness and generate sales; partnered with graphic designers and advertising firm to develop concepts and produce three print ads and two direct mail brochures. Wrote and edited press releases.

  • Facilitated the production of a 130-page annual product catalog; gathered content, secured sponsorship from 16 suppliers, secured advertising graphics and payment, and collaborated with the art director.
  • Launched new corporate logo in print ads and trade show signage. Promoted brand by advertising with two major industry publications.
2002 - 2003

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MAGAZINE

Marketing InternSupported sales and marketing efforts for the publication. Prepared sales presentations to generate new business partnerships. Conducted market research and industry analysis for marketing campaign and print ad strategies. Evaluated print advertisements and provided creative and content recommendations to enhance marketability.

Education

Education
2009 - Present

Master of Business Administration

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY

Participated in a two-­week study abroad program in the Netherlands and Czech Republic; conducted a comparative analysis of the life sciences industry in emerging and established European markets. Met with industry professionals, observed hospitals, and visited companies to obtain first-­hand market awareness.

2003 - Present

Bachelor of Business Administration

PACE UNIVERSITY

Highlights of Marketing Experience

  • Project managed time sensitive, high volume packaging campaigns for five Imclone Systems development products for global distribution as a logistic coordinator.
  • Conducted a strategic analysis of Teva Pharmaceuticals, including market research, competitive analysis, and market position evaluation. Created a five-­year business plan and strategy as a final project to earn MBA.
  • Performed a comprehensive SWOT analysis of Imclone Systems, Inc. to identify factors impacting market positioning; developed strategies to enhance competitive advantage.
  • Standardized processes by creating timelines and procedures as a regulatory affairs coordinator at Imclone Systems to enforce regulatory compliance and timely FDA submissions. Trained and mentored colleagues and consultants on standardized procedures and software applications.
  • Created a bid-­winning proposal as a marketing consultant at Hillier Architecture to design the campus center and cafeteria building for Becton Dickinson & Co., a large-­scale initiative. Coordinated and developed pitch to win Pfizer Building 115 project, generating $2 million in revenue.
  • Orchestrated logistics of PC Marketing, Inc. tradeshow participation in Nashville, Las Vegas, and Miami; developed marketing plans and coordinated vendor events.
  • Participated in the design and implementation of PC Marketing, Inc. product launch, Power of Chi, tanning bed. Planned and coordinated all details of an industry launch event as a marketing assistant.
  • Directed creative aspects as Pace University Advertising Club Coordinator for the 2002 Bank of America American Advertising Federation (AAF) competition; produced three print and two newspaper ads, two billboards, and two airport dioramas. Mentored team to compete in the 2003 Toyota Matrix AAF competition, earning third place out of 18 teams.

Summary

BRANDING & MARKETING MANAGER

  • Team player and project manager, adept working with interdisciplinary groups to achieve goals
  • Demonstrated ability to apply unique sales and marketing techniques to drive sales and revenue generation
  • Strong qualitative and quantitative skills used to devise high-impact strategies and solutions that fuel corporate success
  • Apply extensive knowledge of clinical studies and drug manufacturing processes to produce efficiencies and effectiveness

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher

Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

Xerox Docutech Digipath, Freeflow

  Viewpoint Business Administrator

ISI Tool Box, Documentum 

QuarkSPSSLIMSTrackWise

Professional Training & Credentials

Preparing to Launch: FDA Promotional Regulatory Strategies

FDA Clinical Inspection Process Training

Leadership Development

First­‐Time Supervisor

Project Management