Guest Appearance: Tamika Jackson

Tamika Jackson: The Future of Pharmaceuticals is Female

“It is what it is.” – Tamika Jackson

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About CrO Biosciences

With a career spanning more than two decades, Tamika. Jackson brings a wealth and breadth of knowledge and experience which is highly valued; providing key Regulatory Operations and TMF Management consulting guidance to Regulatory and Clinical Operations departments.  Working with large and small pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies has allowed Tamika to develop proven methodologies in any organization required to prepare, submit, manage, track and produce “real-time” inspection ready TMFs and regulatory submissions to ensure agency approval. Tamika, along with her SWAT team of professionals, now work to efficiently and effectively evaluate companies’ resources, processes, documentation, systems, and TMF Management activities to methodically streamline the operation from end-to-end.

About Episode

In 2018, the ten best-selling pharmaceutical drugs were worth around 87 billion dollars. You probably aren’t surprised by this because you have heard of “Big Pharma” and a lot of things about it. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, you were most likely made aware of a different aspect of the pharmaceutical drug industry, the research and development side as the world scrambles to create a vaccine. Scientists will then take the vaccine and file with the FDA to start meeting the regulatory requirements.

More than 11.6 million companies are owned by women and those companies generate over 1.7 trillion dollars in sales. That is a large chunk of change! Obviously, women-owned businesses are successful. Our guest today is a very impressive woman. Tamika Jackson is the CEO of CrO Biosciences, a life sciences consulting company.

Tamika has been working in the consulting field for about 20 years and has served as an executive leader for the past 15 years. That is amazing professional growth and something to be proud of! She is also a wife and mother of two beaufitul daughters. She has it all!

Resources and Important Links

Tamika Jackson – Book: Victory in Spiritual Warfare

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