Women innovators at Boehringer

Boehringer Ingelheim employees Theresa Devins, associate director of clinical trial management, and Dr. Paige Mahaney, vice president of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery support, were  honored at the 10th annual Women of Innovation Awards ceremony on March 27.

The awards ceremony was held at the Connecticut Technology Council, a statewide association of technology-oriented companies and institutions.

The Women of Innovation program recognizes women across Connecticut, including professionals and students, who are innovators, role models and leaders in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

“We are very proud of Theresa Devins and Dr. Paige Mahaney for their extraordinary achievements in the medical community,” said Nancy Di Dia, executive director and chief diversity officer at Boehringer Ingelheim. “Being recognized by the Connecticut Technology Council as Women of Innovation is an honor and privilege, of which they are both well-deserving. We are pleased to have them both as part of the Boehringer Ingelheim family.”

The pharmaceutical firm has a campus in Ridgebury that is in both Ridgefield and Danbury.

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