…for biopharma and device companies that want a creative approach to putting a human face on a complex need.
…to tell their stories in the most purposeful way so their input is equally if not more valuable than data and stats.
…in plain language so that patients and those who care for them understand their impact on access to care and potential for good health.
… with ideas and pathways to achieve measurable improvements in the development of a care.
Part lawyer, part clinician, long time Washington-insider, Gwen is a seasoned thought leader and creative magnet who brings decades of expertise to the discussion with one aim in mind: ensuring patients are heard and their input is valued.
A storyteller at heart, Gwen helps biopharma companies and advocates tell a better story — one that captures the essence of what it means to improve or save a life.
Gwen is a passionate and extremely knowledgeable advocate for patients. She uses her deep health policy expertise to help further public policy change that reflects patients' needs. She mixes passion for the issues and patients with a willingness and desire to understand multiple viewpoints.
Gwen has a unique ability to navigate complex organizations -- understands the passion of advocates and helps them make their strongest case for support in many ways. She is candid, responsive and creative in her approaches to policy and philanthropy. It was a pleasure to work with Gwen when she was the "hub" for Planned Parenthood's relationship with Bayer. Her hands-on and "roll the sleeves up" approach to the work together made every interaction productive and meaningful.
Gwen brings a unique perspective to the advocacy relations team from her career-long accomplishments in public policy and regulatory affairs. She is committed to finding ways to elevate the patient's voice in public policy and bringing energy and respect to the patient's experience in all that Bayer does for patients.
If you could change our healthcare system in the US, what would be the first thing you would do? That was the question posed to an audience of patients, caregivers, and their close friends recently at a forum in Washington, DC on the anniversary of the enactment of the Affordable Care Act. Hands raised immediately. […]
Maybe it’s because I’m a storyteller that everyone I meet tells me they want to write a book. What they really want to do is write their life story. Maybe not all of it, but the unforgettable three or four events that have shaped their life. One reason I believe people want to tell their […]