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DSP President Darlene Panzitta Named One of Ernst & Young LLP’s 2010 Entrepreneurial Winning Women™


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SP Clinical Research President and Founder Darlene Panzitta is one of 11


winners recognized nationwide with the prestigious award Ernst & Young LLP’s 2010 Entrepreneurial Winning Women™. DSP provides customized contract re- search services for small to mid-size phar- maceutical and biotechnology companies conducting early and late--postage clini- cal studies. “Ms. Panzitta is an exceptional busi-


ness leader with great potential, and we are pleased to honor her as one of this year’s winners.” The Entrepreneurial Winning Women


program, which is in its third year, is de- signed to help accelerate the growth of high-potential businesses founded by women entrepreneurs. Launched in 2008, the program is conducted in collaboration with several organizations that empower women-owned businesses, including the Women Presidents’ Organization, Wom- en’s Business Enterprise National Coun- cil, The Committee of 200 and Babson College’s Center for Women’s Leader- ship. For more information on the compe- tition and executive leadership program, visit www.ey.com/us/entrepreneurialwin- ningwomen. The winners represent a wide variety


of industries and were selected from a competitive pool of women entrepreneurs across the US by a distinguished panel of independent judges. DSP President Darlene Panzitta said,


“It’s a great honor to be recognized by Ernst & Young, and to be among this amazing group of women entrepreneurs.” “Over the past three years, the Entre- preneurial Winning Women program has grown into a highly competitive platform to help women entrepreneurs accomplish the key goals they have for their compa- nies,” said Maria Pinelli, Americas Direc- tor, Strategic Growth Markets, Ernst & Young LLP. “Ms. Panzitta is an excep- tional business leader with great potential, and we are pleased to honor her as one of this year’s winners.” The Entrepreneurial Winning Women


WWW.PROFESSIONALWOMANMAG.COM Darlene Panzitta, President of DSP Clinical Research (Photo: Business Wire)


will participate in a customized program designed by Ernst & Young to catalyze their companies’ growth by building and fostering critical relationships, enhancing leadership skills and expanding business know-how. Darlene Panzitta has been in the phar- maceutical industry for over 15 years. Ms. Panzitta has extensive experience in sci- entific evaluation, implementation and execution of early to late stage drug de- velopment programs in a variety of thera- peutic areas, with extensive experience in Women’s Health and Reproductive Endo- crinology. Since founding DSP in 2003,


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she has overseen the company’s strong and steady growth as one of the most dominant full-service CROs for small to mid-size pharmaceutical, biotechnology and device companies. Under her leader- ship DSP has achieved rankings on the prestigious Inc. 500 and 5000 lists of the fastest growing private companies for the past three consecutive years. Ms. Panzitta has earned a reputation in the industry for bringing a proven, unique approach to ev- ery customer’s clinical study, and for de- livering quality data while providing hands-on customer service. Source: Businesswire.com


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