Come Meet Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05

Don’t miss two great events to talk to alumna Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05. Learn more about a lawyer’s role in business compliance, both in the US and overseas and discover how Jacquelyn translated her Cell Biology/Biochemistry major into the real world. RSVP on the Bridge for these events. 

  • Thursday, October 5, 4 – 5 pm, ACWS 112
    Coffee, Cookies and Compliance (Law Focused)
    Join us for a discussion of the lawyer’s role in business compliance. As regulatory law becomes more dominant in the economy, many students interested in law are exploring careers in compliance. Come talk to Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05, a Bucknell alumna and lawyer with extensive experience in compliance, both in the US and overseas.
  • Friday, October 6, 10 – 11 am, Biology 325 
    Coffee Talk with Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook ’05 (Major Focused – Cell Biology/Biochemistry)
    Join us to learn how Jacquelyn translated her Cell Biology/Biochemistry background into a Senior Manager of Regulatory Intelligence and Policy at Celgene. While on campus Jacquelyn did research with Professors Marie Pizzorno and after graduating took a job with Johnson & Johnson. When she had the chance, she moved with J&J to the United Kingdom, and rose to become Program Manager, Pharmacovigilance Policy, and, later, an Associate Director for J&J. While this was underway, she earned an MBA and a Law degree in London. Last year, she left J&J for Celgene, where she is Senior Manager, EMEA Regulatory Intelligence & Policy. As such, she oversees regulatory compliance in the European market, and is responsible for programs that watch for drug side effects (the pharmacovigilance part of the job).

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