Senior Manager, Program Development
Prior to joining Xontogeny, Heather interned at Sarepta Therapeutics in support of the eteplirsen (Exondys51) FDA advisory committee hearing. She obtained her MBS degree from Keck Graduate Institute, a specialized program that focuses on translating ideas into commercial products in the biopharmaceutical industry across all modalities and therapeutic areas. Prior to that, she conducted breast cancer cell research and worked to develop a novel diagnostic for early detection of sepsis while acquiring her undergraduate degree at Southwestern University. Heather currently sits on the Young Professional Executive Committee for The Genesis Foundation, a non-profit that provides coordinated care to patients with rare and genetic diseases and is an active member of Women in Bio.