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Faith A. Robinson is recognized by Continental Who's Who

CHESTER, N.J., Jan. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Faith A. Robinson is recognized by Continental Who's Who as 2018 Professional of the Year in the field of Pharmaceuticals in recognition of her role as Senior Vice President of Midas Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

An independent and family owned entity, Midas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a pharmaceutical company specializing in the latest innovations in the industry. Offering a wide array of services to their clients, the company specializes in Biotechnology, Business Development and Licensing, Contract Packing, Custom Synthesis, Finished Product Development, Finished Product Manufacturing, Intellectual Property and more. Devoted to offering their clients the quality care that they deserve, the company is guided by the principals of, "creating value by thinking ahead, living true partnership, and dedicating themselves to the highest commitment."

Amassing forty years of experience in the field of Pharmaceuticals, Robinson has been in her current role for the past fifteen years. With a wealth of experience working for various Fortune 100 and 400 companies on domestic and international levels, Robinson has become a renowned expert in the industry with a specialized concentration on generic drugs. Robinson is equipped in handling the "greed and shortcuts" endemic in the pharmaceutical industry and "enhancing legacy drugs repurposed for new uses." In her current role, Robinson oversees current sales and marketing management, supply chain management, and product development, along with regulatory and compliance functions.

In her near 40 years in the pharmaceutical field, Robinson is most proud of breaking the glass ceiling in a predominantly male dominated industry. Early in her career, she received no direct credit or equal treatment for her work compared to her male co-workers. She later struggled with not having many women in leadership and management roles alongside her. A persuasive strategist and problem solver, she persevered by making sure her voice was heard.             

In recognition of her professional accolades, Robinson has assisted in the development of entrepreneurial startups and facilitating company growth in various phases. Robinson believes more companies should have a debate forum where employees with diverse opinions would be given a platform to be heard.

In leaving behind a legacy, Robinson would like to be remembered as someone who maintained strong standards, got the job done with integrity and reliability, and was perceptive about unmet needs.

Throughout the course of her education and training, Robinson attained her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Vermont.

To further her professional development, Robinson is an affiliate of the International Women's Leadership Association.

When she is not working, Robinson enjoys watching, learning from, and walking amongst nature. In looking to the future, Robinson would like to teach on a college level, write a book and relocate to her home in the woods.

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Last Updated: 31-Jan-2019