Debbie Hart worked alongside NJ’s biotechnology industry leaders to establish BioNJ in 1994. Debbie was named by Governor Murphy to the NJ Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology where she serves as Vice Chair; as co-chair of the NJ Higher Education Strategic Plan Research, Innovation and Talent Working Group; and the NJ Commission on Higher Education and Business Partnership. Debbie also served as chair of the NJ Biotechnology Task Force. Debbie was named one of the world’s 100 Most Influential People in Biotechnology by Scientific American Worldview; aPharmaVOICE2021 Red Jacket Honoree; to ROI-NJ’s 2021 Influencers Power List for the third year; to RIO-NJ’s 2021Influencers: Women in Business List; to the 2021NJBIZHealth Care Power 50 for the fourth year, to the NJBIZ Manufacturing 50 for the second year, to Pharma VOICE‘s 2019 100 Most Inspiring People List; one of NJ’s top CEOs by COMMERCE Magazine and to the NJBIZ 2021 Power 100 for the ninth year.
September 28, 2021 • 8:30 AM – 4 PM
Liberty House, The Liberty Marina, Jersey City