Strength in our Medical Affairs TeamAUGUST 17, 2020
AlphaGroup, a team of scientific and medical affairs communication specialists comprising AlphaBioCom, AlphaScientia, and AlphaQsci agencies, understands the importance of a strong team. Jen Cogliano, the company’s newest AVP, Account Director, supports this corporate foundation with more than 10 years of experience in medical communications and Olympic weightlifting!
Jen Cogliano is recognized as a versatile team leader and member with an exceptional work ethic and ability to manage multiple clients, teams, and projects at once. She is a motivated and efficient self-starter with a proven track record in every position she has held in the global medical communications industry.
Jen and her family spend time at the Delaware beaches when they aren’t exploring the great outdoors hiking and kayaking
Prior to AlphaGroup, Jen was an Account Director at ICON plc (formerly Complete Healthcare Communications), where she managed multiple clients across a large number of therapeutic areas with products in all phases of their life cycle. She has expertise in both traditional publications—manuscripts, abstracts, posters, oral presentations—as well as strategic and medical affairs initiatives including competitor and gap analyses, infographic posters, advisory boards, MSL training slide decks, MOA videos, and medical information letters.
“Jen embraces our culture of quality, caring, cutting-edge thinking, and service across a team that is reinventing the medical and scientific communications industry standard globally,” said Ed Shifflett, Partner, AlphaGroup.
Jen received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management at West Chester University. She earned accolades from previous employers with the “Outstanding Collaboration” and “Exceeding Expectations” awards from ICON, plc., and “Above and Beyond” and “Guardian of the Gold” awards from Commonwealth Capital Corporation.
Jen is an ambassador for the Charlotte Grace Fund in honor of her friend’s daughter, “Charley,” who was diagnosed with medulloblastoma (a malignant form of brain cancer) when only a few months old. Charley underwent brain surgery, multiple rounds of chemotherapy, and stem cell transplants, but ultimately passed away when she was 3 ½ years old after developing Interstitial Lung Disease. The Charlotte Grace Fund helps provide financial assistance to families of children who are battling pediatric cancers.
In developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Jen built her physical strength training extensively in CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting. She and her partner Joe are avid travelers who enjoy various sporting activities in the great outdoors including hiking, biking, and kayaking. They spend their weekends at the Delaware beaches with Joe’s four children—Noah, Collin, Celia, and Maci—and their three dogs—Rocky, Sammy, and Cali.