Fairfield, Ohio (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
Compliance Insight, Inc announces that its President, Cynthia Ipach, has been nominated for a Visionary Award by the National Association of Women Business Owners, Columbus, Ohio Chapter. Each year, the NAWBO Columbus Visionary Award honors one Central Ohio woman business owner who has achieved success with her business while making notable contributions to her community, her industry, and to initiatives for other women in business. Ipach is being recognized for her notable accomplishments in her organization, community and within the pharmaceutical compliance industry.
Compliance Insight, Inc, founded in 2000, specializes in Regulatory and Quality Assurance consulting and training for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, medical device, chemical, and biotechnology companies in North America, Europe and Asia.
Having served the FDA regulated industries for 27 years, Ipach started Compliance Insight with the goal of helping pharmaceutical companies meet FDA regulations, become and stay compliant with industry standards, and meet the company’s goals of being profitable. Under her guidance, Compliance Insight went from a one-person company in 2000 to a company that now has nine employees and numerous expertise contractors.
Ipach has impacted the compliance industry by keeping medically necessary products on the market, compromised products off the market, pharmaceutical and medical device companies open, and by raising regulatory awareness through public seminars, company specific training sessions, and white papers that she authored.
Often considered a visionary, Ipach does not allow practicalities to inhibit her zeal for achieving her dreams. She believes that goals are always within reach and that all she needs to do to achieve them is take bold steps in that direction. When life throws a roadblock in her way she finds an alternate route or a means to overcome the issue. After all, goals that are never strived for are goals that are never reached.
Also being recognized for her extensive philanthropic efforts, Ipach is extremely driven when it comes to making a difference in her community. She explains, “Vision impacts all aspects of one’s life, not just the business that one operates.” She and her family personally support charities such as Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Society, Freestore Foodbank, Habitat for Humanity, Hospice of Cincinnati, One City Foundation, Make a Wish Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ronald McDonald House, Royal Family Kids Camp, Susan G. Komen for the Cure and her primary charity, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Nominees will be selected and honored at the NAWBO Visionary Awards banquet, July 19, 2012.
For more information about Cynthia Ipach and Compliance Insight, Inc, visit http://www.Compliance-Insight.com.
For more information about NAWBO Columbus Visionary -- visit their website at http://www.nawbocolumbusohio.com.