Webinar Date/Time: Wednesday, March 29th 2023 7am PDT | 10am EST | 4pm CEST
Join this live webinar with a panel discussion by sustainability experts from Sartorius and collaborators.
Key sustainability opportunities for the biopharmaceutical industry include reducing environmental footprints, striving against resource depletion, and managing waste. As an important partner in the industry, Sartorius aims to champion sustainability by setting a good example. This means implementing sustainable practices into its own processes, carefully choosing partners who share sustainability values, and providing products and services to help partners prioritize sustainability for themselves. In this webinar, a panel of experts from Sartorius and collaborators will discuss how bioprocess solutions and expertise empower manufacturers to make their own processes more sustainable by adopting single-use [SU] technologies, improving process efficiency, and forging productive collaborations.
Key Learning Objectives:
Head of Marketing, Fluid
Miriam Monge is Head of Marketing for Sartorius Fluid Management Technologies, where she is responsible for defining and implementing single-use technology marketing strategies. Her prior roles focused on building SU process solutions across modalities as Head of Segment Marketing for proteins and virus-based therapeutics and Director of Marketing for integrated solutions. Miriam started her career during the pioneering phase of the SU biopharmaceutical industry as Head of Marketing for Stedim Biosystems. During this period, Miriam founded and chaired the ISPE Disposable Community of Practice, which focused on industry advocacy and education around implementing SU systems. She used process modeling tools to demonstrate the value of SU technologies compared to stainless steel solutions. Miriam has authored over 30 publications on single-use technologies and is also a columnist on SU technologies in BioPharm International and a long-term editorial advisor for Bioprocess International.
PhD, Research Fellow, Corporate
Magali Barbaroux, Ph.D. works within Sartorius Corporate Research and manages advanced polymers research programs with a strong focus on environmental sustainability and opportunities brought by the New Plastic Economy in biotech processes. Magali joined Sartorius in 2000 and contributed to the development of bag products, primarily films and tubes, optimizing them for bioprocessing applications. Magali started her career with research into silicone for drug delivery and migration of active substances through polymeric membranes. She now has 30 years of experience in polymer science for healthcare applications.
VP Strategic Marketing
Valeska Haux is VP Strategic Marketing at SÜDPACK. This function covers the areas of Strategic Product Management, Marketing Communication as well as Sustainability. Together with her Sustainability Team she drives forward diverse initiatives related to climate protection, circularity and social responsibility. Focal point is becoming NET ZERO as well as a ZERO WASTE company. This also includes the further development of a sustainable product portfolio as well as the introduction of circular business models along the entire value chain – taking into consideration different technologies as for example chemical recycling.
Valeska Haux represents SÜDPACK as an active member in the CEFLEX Advocacy Group as well as in the FPE Sustainability Committee, amongst others.
Before joining SÜDPACK in May 2020, Valeska has been serving the packaging industry for almost 25 years in the packaging materials and packaging machinery business where she held various roles in Product Management, Strategic Marketing and Corporate Communications.
Head of Corporate Sustainability
Katharina Tillmanns is the Head of Corporate Sustainability at Sartorius. With her team, she develops the sustainability strategy for Sartorius and is responsible for steering and controlling all Sartorius sustainability activities. The team drives ESG [environmental, social, and governance] performance and supports the transformation towards more sustainable solutions and accelerated decarbonization. Katharina is a member of the board of econsense, Forum for Sustainable Development of German Business e.V., and represents Sartorius at the United Nations Global Compact. Before joining Sartorius in 2017, she held various roles in investor relations, public relations, and sustainability communications.
Head of Product Sustainability
Matteo Alaria leads a team dedicated to developing and implementing the product sustainability roadmap for bioprocess solutions at Sartorius. Matteo started his journey in sustainability as a consultant and then joined the sustainability team at Ferrero before moving to Sartorius in July of 2022. Across his 13-year career, he has guided companies in their strategic decisions to start, expand, or speed up their sustainability journey. He has been setting challenging targets and developing programs to create value for brands and stakeholders across different industries, including FMCG, chemical, automotive, and food and beverage.