Kelly J. Hill, MS CRDSA
Executive Vice President, Global Business Operations and Strategy.
Kelly J. Hill has more than 20 years of research experience in clinical settings within the pharmaceutical and CRO arenas.
With close to 20 years of clinical research experience in the pharmaceutical and CRO arenas, Kelly has led business operations functions including portfolio management, business development, and client relationship management at organizations responsible for expert advisory and clinical data services. At MMS, Kelly and her teams are energized when developing, launching, and leading novel service and technology solutions, building strong partnerships and recognizing growth opportunities at the intersection of health, technology, and data science.
The business operations and strategy teams at MMS have demonstrated commitments to meeting the needs of life sciences, pharmaceutical, and biotech companies of all sizes, ensuring a harmonized approach to technology-enabled service delivery. The result of this thoughtful methodology has been diversified and sustained company double-digit growth year over year.
As the Head of Business Operations and Strategy at MMS, Kelly’s goal is to deliver value and exceed expectations throughout the product and services lifecycle and ensure alignment with one of the key company values – to wow the customer.
Kelly holds an advanced degree in Clinical Research Design and Statistical Analysis (CRDSA) from the University of Michigan, where she currently serves on the External Advisory Board to the UM School of Information. Past roles include portfolio management, data operations, regulatory and compliance at Pfizer and Quintiles (IQVIA).
“Every day, I see the dedication of our project teams to not only meet, but exceed, the expectations of their internal customers and those of our clients. It’s remarkable to see how our colleagues integrate our company values into the ways they work, including striving for good science and bringing a sense of urgency and leadership (SOUL).”
— Kelly J. Hill