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Stephanie McChesney

“I enjoy collaborating with clients by helping them take complex scientific information and develop clear, concise, and compelling presentations.”

Stephanie is an experienced senior manager, assisting clients across all phases of Advisory Committee preparation. Her background in product development and clinical research provides an in-depth understanding of clinical trials and interpreting clinical data. She specializes in turning complex scientific issues into simple and clear messages to be presented at FDA Advisory Committee meetings.

Approach

Stephanie’s approach to creating impactful messaging and presentations focuses on collaborating with the client to break down complex issues and data so that they can communicate that information simply and effectively. She is a seasoned project manager who takes the time to deeply listen to and understand each client’s unique needs. Her highly organized approach enables her to support clients and help complete all key deliverables associated with regulatory approval efficiently and effectively.

Background

Stephanie began her career in clinical research at Allergan Medical in Santa Barbara, California. She also spent several years in the field, educating and training physicians and healthcare professionals on technical matters related to investigational products and procedures. She also interned for two years, experiencing healthcare from a clinical perspective through patient contact, and gained firsthand experience on the role of healthcare providers in various departments throughout medical centers. Since joining 3D Communications more than five years ago, she has mastered the art of turning complex scientific issues into simple and clear messages. She holds a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is currently a candidate for a master of public health from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences.

Special Interests

Stephanie is an avid supporter of Reading Partners Silicon Valley and 3D’s nonprofit, Get Stuff Done 4 Kids. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, trail running, golfing, and traveling to new places.