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Bio: Carin Canale-Theakson

Carin Canale-Theakston is the president and founder of Canale Communications Inc. In her role as president, Carin works closely with client teams, having provided senior level strategy to more than 125 life science companies of all shapes and sizes ranging from pre-series A financing to billion dollar public companies such as Amgen and Johnson & Johnson. Through her career in life science communications, she has advised a diverse range of companies including biotechnology, biopharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostics, research organizations and providers of enabling technologies.

In addition to client services, Carin is actively involved in the life science community and is a member of the board of directors for BIOCOM, Southern California’s life science trade association, and the San Diego Venture Group. A sought-after speaker, Carin frequently leads presentations and trainings on various communication topics for these organizations and others such as PRSA, the Biotechnology Industry Organization and California Healthcare Institute.

Prior to founding Canale Communications, Carin was president of the life sciences division of international public relations firm Porter Novelli, managing teams in San Diego, Los Angeles, Boston and New York. Carin joined Porter Novelli when the firm acquired boutique life sciences communication firm, Atkins + Associates, in which Carin was partner and managing director. Carin also held various positions for several agencies including Townsend Inc., Littlefield Communication and Burson-Marstellar. Before becoming engrossed in the agency world, Carin served as community relations director for a non-profit organization (Domestic Violence Intervention Services), where she generated global awareness, managed a national speaking circuit and supported the company’s fundraising efforts.

Carin holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Tulsa with a major in communications and a minor in marketing.

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