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Alyse Forcellina, based in New York, leads Egon Zehnder’s Health Practice for the Americas and is also active in the firm’s Board and Assessment and Development practices. Drawing on her experience in strategy and finance, she advises biopharma and health-care services companies on a wide range of talent-related matters including organizational design, succession planning, board composition, and recruitment and retention of executive talent.

Building the next generation of health-care leaders and organizations, in an increasingly complex and uncertain environment, is an awesome challenge and privilege that will have a lasting impact on patients’ lives and the world economy.

Before joining Egon Zehnder, Alyse was an Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company, where she helped health-care clients master business and organizational challenges. Prior to that, she was a Senior Principal in IMS Consulting’s North American practice, helping double revenues while building a best-in-class team, and a Managing Director at a boutique health-care consultancy. Earlier, Alyse worked at Vector Securities, an investment bank, advising biotech, diagnostics, and medical-device companies on M&A transactions and capital structure. She launched her career working for a United States Senator, covering health-care policy and legislative priorities.

Alyse earned a BA in American Studies from Yale, then a Master of Public Affairs (MPAff) from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and an MBA from the McCombs School of Business, both located at the University of Texas. She is certified in the 16pf and Hogan Development surveys and trained in the use of various leadership and coaching frameworks. Alyse enjoys spending time with her husband and teenage daughter, and she relaxes by running, practicing yoga, and reading great fiction.

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Pharm Exec – Trading Big Pharma for Small Startup

Pharm Exec – Trading Big Pharma for Small Startup

A number of senior leaders in life sciences have elected to make the leap from big pharma to lesser-known startup or biotech companies. So… Read more

Hope is Not a Strategy: Embracing a True Feedback Culture

Hope is Not a Strategy: Embracing a True Feedback Culture

Alyse Forcellina attended a breakfast, hosted by Sequoia Capital and Neuehouse to discuss the topic "Through the Looking Glass(door)." Read more

Tomorrow’s healthcare leaders must be different

Tomorrow’s healthcare leaders must be different

Disruption in healthcare will continue to be profound, widespread and unpredictable, regardless of what ultimately happens with the Affordable Care Act, or the recently… Read more

Better Together: Helping Women Achieve Their Full Potential

Better Together: Helping Women Achieve Their Full Potential

On November 2 the Rockefeller Foundation hosted an event for WSJ reporter Joanne Lublin’s new book on women in leadership, Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons… Read more

Eye for pharma – Pharma Firms Make Market Access a C-Suite Issue

Eye for pharma – Pharma Firms Make Market Access a C-Suite Issue

As financial pressure on payers has increased, and evidence-based pricing moves up the agenda, market access has become one of the single biggest challenges… Read more

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