Anne Marie Fuda
Anne Marie is driven to leverage her research skills to determine organizational gaps and support the development of strategic plans to help reach internal goals. Through her previous work, she also gained a passion for enhancing team collaboration and ensuring inclusivity across an organization.
Anne Marie holds a Bachelor of Science degree, where she specialized in sensory motor systems and completed a minor in psychology. Her degree has provided her the opportunity to explore the healthcare industry through participation in research studies and her volunteer work at St. Joseph’s Healthcare within the in-patient sector. She also has a passion for mental health and engaging with the youth struggling from anxiety. Through her ambassadorship at Cam’s Kids Foundation, she has used various platforms to engage with university students and provide them with ample resources to help manage anxiety.
In her previous employment, Anne Marie worked as an intern at a pharmaceutical company where she leveraged her data analyst skills to complete extensive research across multiple therapeutic areas. This included analyzing Canadian treatment guidelines for Triple Negative Breast Cancer in preparation of a new product launch. She also spearheaded a capstone project which focused on new potential initiatives to improve corporate inefficiencies and strategies to increase inclusion and diversity across the Canadian organization.
Outside of work, Anne Marie enjoys staying active by participating in various activities including yoga, dancing, weight training, and going for hikes with her dog. On the weekends, she enjoys going to patios with friends and trying different cuisines.
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