Congratulations Ronke Ekwensi

Congratulations to Ronke Ekwensi, who started earlier this Fall as the Vice President, Information Policy and Management for Baxalta.  In this cross functional role, Ronke will help manage mission critical data on a global basis within the highly regulated pharmaceutical industry.  She arrives uniquely qualified for the position, including:  a Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law, an MBA in Global Management, VP-level information governance experience with Pfizer, and subject matter expertise as a consultant in Information Governance and Data Integration with Duff & Phelps.  Evers Legal appreciates the opportunity to handle the search leading to Ronke’s placement.


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