Tina joined Halloran Consulting Group in 2008. She focuses on maximizing client performance by assessing organizational challenges and recommending actionable solutions, designing and delivering customized learning and development programs, and optimizing quality systems and processes. Tina has over 15 years of clinical research expertise in the areas of clinical project and program management, process development and improvement, and training.
Prior to joining Halloran, Tina was a Senior Trainer at Schering-Plough Corporation, where she developed, delivered, and maintained courses on clinical research and clinical operations with a focus on clinical project management, global clinical research standards, and best practices. In addition, Tina was a member of the cross-functional team that designed and implemented a global change initiative to clinical project management including a process model, tools and templates, and learning curriculum. She served as the primary liaison to Japan on Schering-Plough's international clinical training program, which was designed to support those implementing clinical trials in Japan using global standards. Prior to Schering-Plough, Tina was a Clinical Program Manager at Purdue Pharma, where she led and represented clinical operations as a member of the clinical project team for Purdue's top priority program. One of Tina's biggest accomplishments is serving on the clinical operations team who brought Lunesta® from Phase 1 through NDA submission, which led to its eventual approval.
Tina earned a B.A. in psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and an M.A. in Organizational Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.