Global Lead, Pan Asian Network (PAN), Bristol Myers Squibb
Jennifer Rasing is a passionate scientist and leader who has spent over 20 years dedicated to the biopharmaceutical industry. She joined Bristol Myers Squibb in 2004 as a research scientist and her extensive experience in cell-based and immunological assays was key to the approval of multiple marketed products.
Prior to becoming Global Lead of the Pan Asian Network (PAN), Jennifer worked in the clinical trial space, managing key global Immuno-Oncology clinical trial studies as a senior project manager. And most recently, she was a Research and Development quality senior auditor responsible for quality governance and GCP (Good Clinical Practice) auditing of clinical trials, vendors and platforms across the company.
Jennifer is a change champion, promoting PAN and awareness of Asian and Pacific Islander issues by speaking and driving the development of groundbreaking programs throughout the organization. Jennifer’s commitment to an inclusive workplace that values diverse viewpoints has led to key initiatives including Asian Voices and the Speaking Out and Stepping Up Campaign. She moderated several PAN events addressing health equity and social justice in the AAPI community and led workshops to elevate and advance Asian talent across the company. Jennifer has also mentored aspiring future Asian leaders in the Bristol Myers Squibb Asian community and served PAN as its global project manager since January 2020.
As Global PAN Lead, Jennifer is committed to championing an inclusive workplace that welcomes, values and elevates diverse voices. She will help the company transform patient lives through science by addressing health disparities and social justice issues in Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Jennifer holds a BS degree in biotechnology from Rochester Institute of Technology.