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Leo Pharma appoints new senior vice president

Rhonda Duffy will be responsible for global supply chain

Rhonda DuffyLeo Pharma has appointed Rhonda Duffy as its new senior vice president, global product supply, succeeding Jim McPherson in the process.

Duffy’s new role will see her take the helm of the Danish group’s global supply chain, a process that Duffy has experience in following her most recent role as vice president, dermatology value stream at Leo.

Gitte Aabo, president and chief executive officer of Leo Pharma, said: “Rhonda has extensive experience in pharmaceutical supply chain management, and she knows Leo Pharma really well.

“We are serving more than 80 million patients worldwide, are launching several products and have an ambitious pipeline and Rhonda is the right person to continue to optimise our operations and make it fit for the future.

Duffy initially joined Leo Pharma back in 1993 and was responsible for key parts of global product supply.

27th March 2018

From: Sales

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