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1 Young Professionals Committee Committee Chair Blake Derrick Kelly Scientific

2 Young Professionals Committee Mission Statement: A forum that would provide unique opportunities for young professionals to network, socialize, foster mentorship and share ideas with their peers to promote career development in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries.

3 Young Professionals Committee What have the YPs been up to? Educational Events: Business Ethics (Nov 2010) Financial Seminar (Jun 2011) Social/Networking Events: Sparians Spring Social (April 2011) Lonerider Brewery Tour (July 2011)

4 Young Professionals Committee Partnering with other committees Students – CASA Leadership Symposium Membership – Therapeutic Thursday Planning Meetings Once a month at Panera (Crabtree Valley Mall) What have the YPs been up to?

5 Young Professionals Committee How do I get started? Sign up by having your email on our contact list and you can begin receiving communications about events Blake Derrick CASA Young Professionals Chair 919-467-1752 (office) Email or call me if youre interested in joining the Planning Meetings at Panera! We have a spot for you!

6 Programs Committee Committee Chair Amy Lineberry SpecLine

7 Programs Committee Providing innovative and one-of-a-kind training opportunities for our members

8 CPIP Study Program CPIP Organizer Marianne Lorenc Medicago

9 ISPE Professional Certification The Certified Pharmaceutical Industry Professional TM (CPIP TM ) For new and seasoned industry professionals An international competency-based credential Assessed by education, experience and examination Value for the professionals Professional development pathway Enhanced career mobility Worldwide industry recognition Value for Employers Global competency standard Recruiting and assessment tool Competitive edge Conferred by the ISPE Professional Certification Commission

10 Founded in 1980 Not-for-profit, non-lobbying global professional society 20,000 individual Members from more than 90 countries ISPE is a Society of pharmaceutical professionals who use expert knowledge to create high-quality, cost- effective GMP solutions Provides technological knowledge, education, and guidance documents for pharmaceutical industry Provides forums for exchange among industry, suppliers, academia, and regulators What is the ISPE

11 ISPE Overview & Structure Founded July 1980 with focus on pharmaceutical engineering Chapter Formations in 1984, first Chapter New Jersey Today, Society has more than 20,000 members 90 countries 16 Chapters in North America 14 International Affiliates 25 Student Chapters worldwide Expanded into Europe in 1988, opened office in 1992 ISPE operates out of 4 offices: HQ in Tampa, Florida Brussels, Belgium Asia Pacific Office China Office

12 ISPE Membership is Global

13 ISPE Assists its Members? ISPE provides: access to regulatory and industry news, information, and resources practical application education and training skills and knowledge for the future global and local networking opportunities

14 Membership Has Its Benefits Community Communities of Practice Local Affiliates/Chapters Member Directory online 24/7 Profession Certified Pharmaceutical Industry Professional TM (CPIP TM ) certification program Career Exchange resources Knowledge ISPEs Body of Knowledge Global resources through the Societys Web site at Pharmaceutical Engineering magazine Technical Documents Education and Training Online Learning

15 ISPE Communities of Practice Purpose Provide a forum for community members to help each other solve everyday work problems Develop and disseminate best practices, guidelines, and procedures while creating breakthrough ideas, knowledge, and practices Organize, manage, and research a Body of Knowledge from which community members can draw Connecting members person-to-person Collecting relevant information to share

16 Current C O P s Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) Biotechnology (Bio) Commissioning and Qualification (C&Q) Containment Critical Utilities (CU) Disposables Engineering Standards Benchmarking (ESB) Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP ® ) Good Control Laboratory Practices (GCLP) Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Investigational Products (IP) Operations Management Oral Solid Dosage (OSD) Packaging Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Process/Product Development (PPD) Project Management (PM) Sterile Products Processing (SPP) Sustainable Facilities

17 Your 24/7 Access Point Global Suppliers Directory Regulatory and Industry News Reference Documents Global Events Calendar Global Career Exchange Featured Resources and Upcoming Events Online Membership Directory Pharmaceutical Engineering magazine articles: search and download Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation articles: search and download Technical Glossary of Pharmaceutical Terms Communities of Practice Knowledge Briefs

18 ISPE Technical Contributions Baseline ® Pharmaceutical Engineering Guides Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP ® ) ISPE Good Practice Guides Providing technical input to regulatory authorities, such as US FDA, EMEA, JMHLW, WHO, and PIC/S The ISPE logo, tagline, GAMP, and Baseline are registered trademarks of ISPE.

19 Who Are ISPEs Members? Global pharmaceutical professionals who work in every aspect of the pharmaceutical industry

20 ISPE Members Work in…

21 CaSA Chapter Carolinas and South Atlantic Chapter How do we fit in as

22 Chapter Charter Charter is the bond between the Society and the Chapter Authorizes the Chapter to operate as an official branch of ISPE Charter is issued by the Chairman of the Society Retained by ISPE HQ and the Chapter Manager Approved annually by BOD, Signed by Officers, submitted to HQ

23 N A S A A C North American South American Affiliates and Chapters

24 N A S A A C North American Chapters Canada Central Canada Chapter United States Boston Area Carolinas-South Atlantic Chesapeake Bay Area Delaware Valley Great Lakes Greater Los Angeles Area Midwest New England New Jersey Pacific Northwest Puerto Rico Rocky Mountain San Diego San Francisco/Bay Area South Central South American Affiliates Argentina Affiliate Brazil Affiliate

25 Where are CaSAs Members? 1240 CaSA members 858 in North Carolina 117 in Florida 78 in South Carolina 76 in Georgia 36 in Tennessee 8 in Alabama Across all areas of our industry

26 North Carolina SC AL TN FL GA CaSA Chapter

27 So What Does the Future Hold

28 Lets Hear from the BWGOR! Jane Brown 2007 ISPE Board Chair

29 Contact ISPE ISPE CaSA 1500 Sunday Drive, Suite 102 Raleigh, NC 27607 Tel: +1-919-573-5442 Fax: +1-919-787-4916 Email: ISPE Headquarters 3109 W. Dr. M L King Jr. Blvd., Suite 250 Tampa, Florida 33607 USA Tel: +1-813-960-2105 Fax: +1-813-264-2816 Email: Asia Pacific Office 73 Bukit Timah Road, #04-01 Rex House Singapore 229832 Tel: +65 6496 5502 Fax: +65 6336 6449 Email: China Office Suite 2302, Wise Logic International Centre 66 North Shan Xi Road, Shanghai, China 200041 Tel: +86 21-5116-0265 Fax: +86 21-5116-0260 Email: European Office Avenue de Tervueren, 300 B-1150, Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32-2-743-44-22 Fax: +32-2-743-15-50 Email: Visit for more information.

30 There is so much to cover – and so little time Thank you for your participation and support of our Board

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