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Education, Honors & Awards
Instituto Mexicaco del Potroleo, Universidad La Salle, A.C.
Masters Degree, Biotechnology (2006)
My family is my foundation, I have an excellent woman as a mother, she has been dedicated to raise us and take care of my dad as a devoted angel. She is an honest and noble person, that her friends love and take care of her. My Dad was the regulatory part of my family, he gave us line in our professional life, with always the best advices and support. I know from him that If I work so hard I will reach any target. I have one sister and two brothers, all of them with family and successful job. And I'm married with a tender and hard work men, that loves and supports me so much.
Multi-faceted, business-focused view, efficient & reliable Regulatory Affairs Executive with 10+ years of experience supporting Indian Pharmaceutical General Directors to start operations in Mexico. Proficient in all of the Mexican Health Regulations focus on Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Drug medicines and Good Practices of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distributing Sites. Diversified skill sets covering Health Authorities relations, customer relations, technical & importation support and project management.
Regulatory affairs, Pharmaceutical Industry, Biotechnology, Pharmacovigilance, Clinical trials, Good Manufacture Practices in Pharmaceutical Manufactures and Warehouses, Strategy, Validation, Medical Devices, Customs Regulations
Diana Betancourt started her consultancy, SIDAR, 4 years ago after working in the field of pharmaceutical product importation and regulatory affairs related to such imports for over 9 years. She had served as the key Regulatory Affairs person in three of the most successful Indian pharmaceutical companies in Mexico during almost ten years. Her firm helps companies, specifically pharmaceutical companies, abide by all the necessary regulations to import their pharmaceutical and other products into Mexico. She provides her expertise to firms that seek to import into Mexico on all Mexican health regulations which include active pharmaceutical ingredients and drug medicines and medical devices as well as on the required good practices in pharmaceutical manufacturing, warehousing and distributing sites. She says she was prompted to start her consultancy service out of necessity after the international pharmaceutical company she worked for purged all Mexican nationals from its staff due to a pending investigation. She reached out to several contacts regarding new employment and found herself with 10 clients in immediate need of her help as a consultant. Thus, she naturally progressed into simply running her consultancy. In the next 5 years she plans to grow her consultancy by hiring employees. Currently, she works with 7 to 8 contractors. She credits her immediate success with her consultancy to the good contacts that she had which she made when she worked with the international companies; the fact that she is stubborn, honest and reliable, and that she gives the best quality that she possible can provide on each job. She considers the work she did for her last company successfully completing 9 manufacturing audits of its facilities in India in accordance with new regulations established in Mexico so that it could import 200 products into Mexico, and doing so in 7 months (4 in India auditing and 3 in Mexico getting approval), her greatest professional achievement. She looks forward to networking with other members and sharing her knowledge and offering her consultancy expertise to those who seek to enter the Mexican market.
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