Thank you for attending the 2022 Keynote & Awards Session! Read on below for details about the 2022 ISPE Boston Product Show Keynote & Awards Session.
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM | Optum Field Lounge
Keynote & Awards Session:
Opening Remarks | Tom Hartman, CEO and President, ISPE
ISPE Boston Area Chapter Annual Awards Ceremony
Former Patriot Player | Founder of The Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF) – Joe Andruzzi “The Roller Coaster Ride of Life”
Join us to celebrate this year’s award recipients who contribute so much to the Chapter’s collective success: Jim Grunwald, DPS Group,
Laura Berberian, ElevateBio, Eric Felz, Takeda, the Women in Pharma® Committee, and Middlesex Community College.
Keynote Speaker, Joe Andruzzi, Former New England Patriot, and Founder of the Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF) will talk about his personal battle with cancer as well as the JAF which is committed to providing help, hope, and a reason to smile, for New England cancer patients and their families by contributing financial support when it is needed most.
The Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF) is committed to providing help, hope, and a reason to smile, for New England cancer patients and their families by contributing financial support when it is needed most. Because patients and families must often devote all of their energy and resources towards battling the disease, the Foundation helps alleviate financial and emotional stress by providing grants to assist with rent/mortgage payments, utilities, and other household expenses. This relief allows the Foundation’s grant recipients to focus on their fight against cancer and not on the financial distress that comes with it. (Up)Beat Cancer is our rally-cry, expressing what we stand for: fun, full of laughter and happiness. Upbeat. Inspired by Joe and Jen Andruzzi’s appreciation for the resounding positivity of individuals and families fighting cancer, JAF is committed to helping patients live joyfully. We truly believe that laughter can, at times, be the best medicine, and that patients benefit immensely from getting out of the hospital and taking their minds off their illness—because we know there is more to life than worrying about cancer.”