Meet our crew at this week’s QRCA 2015 Annual Conference
Meghan Surdenas and Danica Burns will be attending this year .
They’ll be at booth 117 waiting to say hello!
Congratulations to Valerie Newbold, who celebrated her 5 year anniversary with Focus Forward on September 23rd.
Focus Forward’s success is directly attributed to the dedication of employees like Valerie!
Valerie has been an invaluable asset as a recruiter for numerous studies over the last five years.
Thank you Valerie for your continued service!
Always great to connect with colleagues, new and existing, and an amazing event at the Chart House on the Delaware River in Philly! A fun time was had by all :)
#charthouse #mraphilly #mrx
Congratulations to Chris Goering, who celebrated his 5 year anniversary with Focus Forward on April 26th.
Focus Forward’s success is directly attributed to the dedication of employees like Chris!
Chris has been an invaluable asset to each and every department as Application Development Director.
Thank you Chris for your continued service!
Job Title – Qualitative Project Manager
Please provide a brief job description: Manage recruitment projects from set up, implementation of board or focus group, and closing a project.
When did you join Focus Forward? August 2014
What do you like best about working at Focus Forward? I like working in a tight knit company with people who are similar in age to me. I also enjoy wearing Jeans to work.
Tell us a little about where you grew up. Are you a Philadelphia native? I grew up in Drexel Hill and moved to Media 2 years ago.
What are your hobbies? I have a fashion and trends blog.
Tell us about your favorite travel destination. Costa Rica! It is beautiful and has a ton of local food and culture to experience.
What are some of your favorite musicians/bands? Fav band is the Goo Goo Dolls.
What is your favorite area restaurant and dish? Yang Ming in Ardmore is my favorite restaurant.
Focus Forward supported the Susan G. Komen foundation by participating in the 25th Annual Breast Cancer Walk on Mother’s Day!
Already this year, the local Komen chapter has distributed $2.6 million to 48 organizations and projects across the tri-state region, ranging from the African Family Health Organization to the Wellness Community of Philadelphia. Overall, it has distributed $12.5 million since 2001.
Nationally, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer projects. It has given nearly $1 billion in grants over the last 25 years. Nancy G. Brinker of Dallas founded the organization in 1982 to fulfill a promise to her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, that she would do everything she could to end breast cancer.
Thanks to everyone who participated!