Having been appointed the Vice President of Cytovance Biologics Inc. to be in charge of Quality functions and operation in the organization, Edwin Miranda has since been making remarkable progress. It is a biopharmaceutical company that is responsible for the creation of mammalian and microbial products. Its creation involves dosages that are solids and liquids. They also manufacture therapeutic protein and antibodies drugs and cosmetics as well.
Quality assurance is Edwin Miranda’s niche of operation as in the 33 years he has worked in the biopharmaceutical industry as well as the contract manufacturing industry, Edwin Miranda has provided indispensable knowledge to the companies. Edwin Miranda works together with a broad leadership team in Cytovance Biologics includes:
1. Yan Wang C.E.O worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 20 years also a member of the Board of Directors from 2015.
2. Jesse McCool Senior Vice President of R&D
3. Mike O’Mara VP manufacturing Operations
4. Joyce Johnson VP Human Resources
5. Lonnie Barish VP Business Development and Marketing
6. Naomi Seresinhe VP Program Management
Edwin Miranda has worked in various Pharmaceutical industries such as Piramal Critical Care Inc., Quality Assurance URL Mutual Pharmaceuticals Inc., not forgetting the prestigious Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging
His experiences and previous workplaces have made him qualify for the job, especially in the Quality department. He had previously served the role of overseeing Quality in the FDA and the Keppra launch. Edwin Miranda has also exercised amazing quality leadership skills. H has even gotten accolades and praise from his former work colleagues of how great an asset he has been to the company especially from the Senior Vice President of Research and Development.
Edwin Miranda has served in some operations other than quality assurance. These include:
• Developing a remediation plan for inspection
• Regulated the quality system procedure
• Oversaw the regulatory functions of compliance.
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Many in the Houston area are still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a massive storm that resulted in some communities being submerged in nearly five feet of water. The severity of the storm called companies and charities from all over to pitch in and help those in dire need. Stream Energy provided relief funds from their offices in Dallas and even cut back on charging to lessen the financial burden on those affected by the storm.
While contributing to relief from Hurricane Harvey, it was merely a continuation of Stream Energy’s tradition of working with charities. They’ve partnered with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross in the past, and now they’ve developed a separate office to act as the philanthropic wing of the company. Stream Cares will take over the event planning and charitable functions for the company while bolstering their image as a company invested in philanthropy.
Senior Event Manager Kimberly Girard released a statement detailing the culture within Stream Energy as one that has always encouraged charity and volunteering with its associates. Concerned with the welfare of Texas’s most vulnerable people, Stream Cares will actively cultivate partnerships with known charities while seeking out innovative ways to give back to the community.
Hope Supply Co. is one such organization. Together with Stream Cares, they will give homeless children the opportunity to spend the day at a local water park. During Splash for Hope, these children will get to spend a day of fun while receiving much needed supplies for their families and financial support.
And then there’s Operation: Once in a Lifetime, where Stream Energy gets to honor members of the military and their families by inviting them to luncheon in December. Veterans at this even will also have the change to receive some financial support.
Moving forward, Stream Cares intends to make itself stand out in the business community while helping Stream Energy become a leader on the issue of philanthropy. That’s an exceptionally difficult task when considering that Texas is among the least charitable in the nation. Despite that Girard believes Stream has an opportunity to show others that giving back to the community can help a company succeed.