I started in pharmaceutical validation in 2005. Learned the basics of quality assurance and grew into my role as a quality engineer. I consulted with clients and other service providers to ensure that the equipment and computer systems were appropriately validated and quality system are operating for their needs.
In 2014, I left the consulting world to join Living Essentials (5-hour Energy) to provide regulatory insight and quality leadership as a full time quality engineer.
In 2015, I took a quality assurance position with Technicolor to develop consumer electronics. I was a liaison with international contract manufacturing, our clients, and internal design engineers.
In 2016, I took a position with Eli Lilly and Company working in Medical Device development. This has been a rewarding experience as a quality representative guiding the teams through experimentation and bringing devices to market to improve our patients' lives.