Founder and CEO of Siren Interactive
Wendy White is a thought leader working in rare disease at the intersection of business, advocacy and technology. She was a pioneer in recognizing the power of patients and caregivers in influencing their own and their loved one’s outcomes and formulating innovative strategies for all stakeholders to work together for a common cause. She founded, grew and transitioned Siren Interactive Corporation to Dohmen Life Science Services as part of a long-term vision to integrate patient-level insights into the drug delivery continuum She spent 5 years on the board of the National Organization of Rare Disorders (NORD), is the chair emeritus for the Healthcare Business Woman’s association and now after 2 years of serving on the Global Genes Board, she has accepted the position as Board Chairman.
She is the mother of a child with a rare disorder and publisher and co-author of Uncommon Challenges; Shared Journeys—Stories of Love, Hope, and Community by Rare Disease Caregivers.
Her background includes four consecutive years on the Inc 5000 fastest growing company list, being recognized by PharmaVOICE magazine in 2015 and 2012 as one of the 100 most inspiring people in the pharmaceutical industry and by MedAd News with a Manny Award for her work in rare disease. She is an accomplished industry speaker and thought leader who has been quoted in multiple industry publications and spoken at domestic and international biopharmaceutical conferences, The Economist Pharma Summit in London, MIT, Dartmouth and large pharmaceutical corporate workshops.
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