Colorado BioScience Association Appoints Emily Martini as Vice President, Partnerships
By: Colorado BioScience Association Date: 08/22/2022
Martini to Lead Strategic Partnerships, Initiatives, and Programs in Newly Created Role
Denver – Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) announces the appointment of Emily Martini as Vice President of Partnerships. In this newly created role, Martini will collaborate with the President and CEO and the Colorado BioScience Association Board of Directors to create co-opportunity for Colorado’s life sciences community. Emily’s leadership will advance CBSA’s work to champion a collaborative life sciences community and advocate for a business climate where health innovation thrives.
“Colorado BioScience Association is thrilled to welcome Emily Martini as our new Vice President of Partnerships,” said Elyse Blazevich, CBSA President and CEO. “She will expand opportunities for our community, creating value for members, sponsors, and stakeholders.”
Emily will be responsible for the strategic initiatives, partnerships, and programs that support the health and growth of CBSA, our members, and Colorado’s life sciences community, spanning and connecting Capital + Growth, Policy + Advocacy, Education + Networking, and Workforce Development.
“I look forward to working with Elyse Blazevich, the CBSA Board of Directors, and our team to accelerate the health and growth of Colorado’s life sciences community,” said Emily Martini, CBSA Vice President of Partnerships. “I am proud to champion the ecosystem’s success and advance Colorado’s reputation as a leading national and international hub for life sciences innovation.”
Martini’s background includes workforce and economic development, revenue generation, event strategy for member-based organizations, and business operations. She’s known as a collaborator and relationship builder, using a consultative approach to understand and meet the needs of members and sponsors.
Before joining CBSA, Martini supported workforce initiatives at Arapahoe Community College, using OEDIT workforce development funds for upskilling and reskilling. She also served as Director of Business Development for the South Metro Denver Chamber, growing membership and executing events to drive ROI for sponsors. Additionally, she managed operations for companies in the legal and media industries.
Martini holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from the University of Colorado Denver.
About Colorado BioScience Association
Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) creates co-opportunity for the Colorado life sciences community. CBSA champions a collaborative life sciences ecosystem and advocates for a supportive business climate. From concept to commercialization, member companies and organizations drive global health innovations, products and services that improve and save lives. The association leads Capital and Growth, Education and Networking, Policy and Advocacy, and Workforce Cultivation to make its members stronger, together. Learn more: cobioscience.com
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