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LTEN Advisory Council

Welcome to the Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (LTEN)

LTEN is the essential resource for life sciences trainer education and networking; enabling members to harness their collective knowledge, apply leading-edge technology and deliver world class learning.

    David R. Brin
Sr. Manager Education
Abbott Electrophysiology
    Vicki Colman
Senior Manager Sales Training
LEO Pharma
    Amity Cutaia
Commercial Learning and Development 
Astellas Pharma US
  Joe Delosa
Director, NA Skills Training/Continuous Development
  Jill Fenton
Quantum Learning
     Carole Gins
Vice President
IC Axon, a Division of GP Strategies
Melissa A. Lowe
Senior Manager, Sales Enablement & Learning
Philips - Healthcare Informatics
Derek Lundsten

  Jim Page
Director, Sales Training & Development 
Sandoz Inc.
  Chris Platanos
Director, Global Commercial Training
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals
  Alison Quinn
Oncology Field Medical Portfolio Trainer
Bristol-Myers Squibb
  John Riggle
Sales Training Lead
Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America
  Dan Skoubye
Senior Director, Sales Training
Intra-Cellular Therapies, Inc.
    Jennifer Tursic
Head of Oncology Training & Development
  Jason Zeman
Senior Director, Leadership & Organizational Development
Bausch Health


Roles & Responsibilities

  • Provide feedback and ideas to the Board regarding the Networks, programs, direction and member value proposition.
  • Advocate for LTEN inside your organization and to your peers and colleagues in the industry.
  • Participate in monthly AC conference calls and occasional live meetings.
  • Offer input to the Network that is reflective of the latest thinking in the training community.
  • Serve on committees and offer to take on special projects.
  • Support the relationship between the Network and Industry Partners
  • Collaborate while demonstrating personal integrity, and sensitivity to differing ideas and ways of working , abiding by the Network Code of Ethics.
  • Contribute to the vitality of the Network through contributing content, workshops, and energy!
Advancing Global Life Sciences Learning
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