If you don’t have a goal, you’re not an athlete, you’re just working out.
Stephanie grew up outside of a tiny, one-intersection town in upstate New York. However, the school she attended offered a bit more diversity. Halfway between the town and a military base, her school was filled with children who had lived all over the world. So Stephanie grew up knowing a world that was a varied mix of people, colors, languages, and experiences. Maybe that’s why she’s so well suited to run global clinical trials.
Stephanie is also an elite triathlete and cyclist. And it shows in her work. She’s constantly setting goals for herself and her team, and pushing everyone to continually raise the bar in whatever they do. She believes that “running a clinical trial is like a relay race, and it’s my job to make sure we have no weak links.” She feels PRA has the best team of people she’s ever had the pleasure of “racing” with, and she trusts them implicitly to never drop the baton.
Stephanie attributes her strong work ethic for her success as a Project Director. She directs cross-functional study teams and third parties/vendors to ensure team members are appropriately prioritizing tasks and performing optimally. She expects every team member to work at a high-quality level and provide on-time delivery.