For more than two decades, Teresa Winslow has built an outstanding reputation delivering IT solutions and services to the BioPharma industry as well as contributing her expertise on several Boards of Directors. Winslow has been named “A Policy Maker” by Executive Women of New Jersey, selected as ‘Alumnae of the Quarter’ at the University of the Sciences, and was
honored as one of ‘Five Well-Placed Women’ by the Eastern Technology Council.
Winslow is the founder of The Winslow Group, where she focuses on working with venture and private equity firms and their portfolio companies in the fast-growing Healthcare IT and Life Sciences sectors. She actively coaches entrepreneurs on style and management and management teams in the areas of general management, business development and
Having earned her BS/PharmD degree from the University of the Sciences at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, she began her career in biopharma at Eli Lilly and Company before transitioning to Key Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Schering Plough).
An entrepreneur by nature, Dr. Winslow joined Dendrite, a pioneer in the development of software applications for biopharmaceutical sales force management. After seven years and five promotions, she rose to the position of President, Dendrite Americas, where she was responsible for 1700 employees on two continents and for delivering product and services to the top twenty BioPharmas. Over her 13-year tenure, Winslow played a key role in the execution of a successful IPO, expanded the business to be global in nature, while Dendrite was ranked 44 among the 100 fastest growing companies in the United States by Fortune magazine. Dr. Winslow has held positions on the Boards of Directors for five companies in the profit sector
and positions on five Boards in the non- profit sector. She currently sits on the Board of two privately-held for-profit companies, is on the Advisory Board of a privately-held Cyber-security company and sits on the Advisory Board of a non-profit 501c3 in the College/University Leadership sector.