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CLSA Pres. & CEO Sara Radcliffe Honored by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the Bay Area’s “Most Influential Women in Business”
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Meet 2016’s Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business

By Emily Fancher | Click here to view the full article and list at the San Francisco Business Times
April 29, 2016

Our annual Most Influential Women in Business publication celebrates about 150 women business leaders in real estate, law, tech, financing, education, health care and many other industries. These women work in diverse fields, but all share a passion for what they do. They are leaders in their organizations and their communities.

For a look at the complete Influential Women publication, which includes complete profiles of all the women celebrated as well as stories on mentoring, diversity on corporate boards, women in fintech and a profile of a top PG&E executive, click here.

Please click on the slideshow to meet all the women we’re celebrating this year.

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For a look at the complete Influential Women publication, which includes complete profiles of all the women celebrated as well as stories on mentoring, diversity on corporate boards, women in fintech and a profile of a top PG&E executive, click here.

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Influential Women 2016: Sara Radcliffe

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President and CEO, California Life Sciences Association

Sara Radcliffe, Pres. & CEO, California Life Sciences Association (CLSA)
Sara Radcliffe, Pres. & CEO, California Life Sciences Association (CLSA)

Education: B.A., Philosophy, Wellesley College; M.A., Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University; M.P.H., Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins University.

Proudest professional accomplishment: Merger of BayBio and the California Healthcare Institute to form the California Life Sciences Association, the statewide voice for California’s premier life sciences innovation ecosystem.

Best business mentor: Jim Greenwood, president and CEO, Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) – a strong, kind, generous, and visionary leader.

How to help women in business advance: Workplace flexibility – which also helps all employees to lead healthier, more balanced lives.

Dream super power: The ability to walk through any wall!

Surprising fact about you: In college, I wanted to spend my life studying Aristotle – until I discovered public health.

Click here to view the full article and list at the San Francisco Business Times.