Pharmaceutical Management Club

We are dedicated to increasing awareness of the Rutgers Business School's unique Pharmaceutical Management MBA Program through promotion, distribution of branded material and our "Rx Success" newsletter.

The club establishes, fosters and encourages relationships among RBS MBA students, alumni and industry professionals in order to grow the pharmaceutical network necessary to secure internships and full-time positions, and build successful business careers.

Moreover, we strive to ensure that Pharmaceutical Management students acquire superior knowledge regarding the pharmaceutical industry and the industry's unique business practices and processes through various interactive events including corporate sponsor site visits, a speaker series, lunch & learns, and social mixers. The Pharmaceutical Management Club is focused on achieving three objectives for our members: promotion, networking, and education.



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Romelia (Romy) Bury, Pharm. D. Co-President
Romy has over 13 years of pharmacy retail experience. Before coming to RBS she was a Pharmacy Manager and Area Recruiter at Walgreens. In her time as a manager she spearheaded several projects such as securing and executing a 2,000-dose flu immunization clinic contract for the Jersey City Board of Education. Romy came to RBS to get an MBA concentrating in Marketing and Pharmaceutical Management in order to pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry so that she may have a larger reach in the community and continue creating a positive impact.
Andy Evans, Ph.D. Co-President
Andy has eight years of experience in academic research, most recently as an Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator of a laboratory addressing complex problems in the fields of shark physiology and molecular endocrinology at University of Southern Mississippi. He has been awarded over $0.7M in research funding and established R&D partnerships with government laboratories and industry leaders including the J. Craig Venter Institute and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Andy’s career objective is to create value for both patients and firms in the biopharmaceutical industry by improving the efficiency and success of R&D programs.
Nancy Jaser, Pharm. D. Vice-President of Education
Nancy is a full-time MBA student specializing in marketing and pharmaceutical management. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Connecticut and has 2 years of experience in both retail and hospital pharmacy. Her passions for medical innovation and improved market access have led her to pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry to positively impact healthcare on a larger scale. She looks forward to serving as the VP of Education this year and planning great events for our members.
Sushrut Kale, Ph.D. Vice-President of Communications
Sushrut has over eight years of R&D experience spanning multiple areas within life sciences. Most recently he spearheaded efforts to develop a novel surgical tool at Columbia University Medical Center by leading cross-functional teams through product design, prototype implementation, primary market research and technology transfer. After exploring the commercial side of translational research, he decided to pursue an MBA with aspirations to join the pharmaceutical industry. Sushrut will lead the club’s efforts to increase awareness about club activities with the goal of engaging a larger student body and alumni in club activities.
Magdalena Kwieciszewska, Pharm. D. Vice-President of Treasury
At Rutgers Business School, Magdalena is in the PharmD/MBA dual degree program, concentrating in marketing and pharmaceutical management. Prior to RBS, Magdalena graduated from the pharmacy program at Rutgers in May 2016. Over the last few years, she has had work and internship experience in various pharmacy settings including retail, hospital, and health insurance. She is pursuing a career within the pharmaceutical industry in order to have a wider impact on healthcare. She looks forward to serving as the treasurer of the pharmaceutical management club for the next year.
Sean May, Vice-President of Leadership Development
As VP of Leadership Development, Sean is responsible for organizing monthly speaker events, overseeing the mentoring system, and helping club members with job searching skills. He has a proven track record of driving sales growth in the medical education industry.  Prior to RBS, Sean was a Product Analyst for PURE Group of Insurance Companies, responsible for all national product management and actuarial activities. He also served as Treasurer/CFO for The Connecticut Yankees Rugby Football Club Inc. and Analyst for Summer Street Advisors. Sean has a B.S. in Actuarial Science & Mathematics from the University of Connecticut.
Aditya Patel, M.D. Vice-President of Alumni Relations
Aditya is a full-time MBA candidate concentrating in Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing. Aditya received his MD in India, and now works part time as medical faculty and project manager for Kaplan Medical Inc. His work experience includes clinical research, practice management, and product development. He came to Rutgers Business School to expand his scope in the healthcare field and make the transition into the Pharmaceutical industry.