We are excited to have Bill Beyer joining our organization at a time of significant expansion
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PRWEB) November 29, 2005
The Center for Professional Innovation & Education (CfPIE) is pleased to announce two additions to its management team.
William H. Beyer has joined CfPIE as Director of Marketing. Mr. Beyer was recently with Learning Tree International and previously was Advertising Manager for FDAnews. Prior to FDAnews, Mr. Beyer was Director of Graduate Programs at the Princeton Review. He holds a BA degree from Hartwick College.
“We are excited to have Bill Beyer joining our organization at a time of significant expansion”, stated Mark Mazzie, Managing Director of CfPIE, “Bill will be a great asset to us as we broaden our offerings in Europe and maintain our position as the leading provider of training to the Life Sciences industry.”
Also joining CfPIE, is Ms. Lori Molinari who has been appointed to the position of Registrar. Ms. Molinari will handle a variety of duties related to course planning, registration and hotel negotiation. She will also assist the Managing Director with the development of course curriculum. Ms. Molinari joins CfPIE from the Academic Discovery Program at LaSalle University and was an Instructor in the English Department at Penn State University.
CfPIE, based in Wayne, PA, is the global leader in medical device, pharmaceutical and biotech training and educational services. Their services have been utilized by more than 600 corporations, federal and state governments and numerous non-profit agencies. A number of these organizations have designated CfPIE as their primary provider of external training courses, including GMP and clinical research training.
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