Minnie Baylor-Henry Joins YourEncore’s Regulatory Practice and Strategic Advisory Board
YourEncore, a company that helps life sciences, consumer products and food companies solve complex product development and regulatory challenges, announced the addition of Minnie Baylor-Henry to the Strategic Advisory Board and its Regulatory Practice. Click to Tweet.
The YourEncore Regulatory Practice comprises experts with deep experience running regulatory departments for the world’s largest pharmaceutical and medical device companies. In addition, experts include former senior Food & Drug Administration (FDA) officials and current policy thought leaders with expertise spanning the entirety of drug and device development.
Baylor-Henry is a recognized leader in the area of food and drug laws and regulations. She previously was the Worldwide Vice President for Regulatory Affairs at Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Medical Devices & Diagnostics, where she was responsible for coordinating the regulatory strategy for a global portfolio of products, ranging from contact lenses to sterilization products. She spent eight years with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, where her focus was on prescription drug advertising and health fraud. She also has experience as Vice President for Medical & Regulatory Affairs at McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceutical (a J&J company) and National Director for Regulatory & Capital Markets Consulting at Deloitte & Touche.
She previously served as the President and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Drug Information Association (DIA), as well as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI). In addition, Baylor-Henry is a member of the Advisory Board for the College of Pharmacy at Howard University and the Board of Directors for The Partnership, Inc., a Boston area organization focused on encouraging diverse professionals to remain in Boston.
“Joining YourEncore’s Regulatory Practice is an exciting way for me to interact with the field’s most respected experts, while continuing to contribute and engage with the industry’s leading companies. The changing regulatory landscape for medical devices, particularly with the pending European medical device legislation, makes this a critical period for regulatory affairs professionals. I look forward to helping companies drive development and maintain compliance in this shifting regulatory environment,” said Baylor-Henry.
“We are delighted to have Minnie join YourEncore’s Strategic Advisory Board and Regulatory Practice,” said Tim Franson, M.D., YourEncore’s Chief Medical Officer. “She will help YourEncore fill the need among biopharma and medical device companies for highly experienced and immediately effective regulatory professionals to help accelerate new therapies and products to market while driving quality, safety and regulatory compliance.”
Baylor-Henry received her Pharmacy degree from Howard University’s College of Pharmacy and her law degree from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law.
Indianapolis-based YourEncore, an Inc. 5000 company, helps companies in the life sciences, consumer products and food industries solve complex innovation, compliance and productivity challenges by deploying industry-accomplished experts who are highly experienced and immediately effective. YourEncore experts, which include MDs, PhDs, executives and practitioners, have on average 25 years of experience and are behind many of the most successful products on the market. In addition to advisory services, the company also offers the resources to act on its recommendations. Founded in 2003, YourEncore today works with 12 of the 15 leading global pharmaceutical companies and four of the six top consumer care companies. For more information, visit www.yourencore.com and follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.