Trinity Partners, a global life sciences consulting firm, announced today that it has welcomed its 20th annual class of recent graduates, onboarding 15 new employees from the class of 2016. Hailing from the country’s most prestigious universities, including Princeton, Harvard, Brown, Dartmouth, Duke and the University of California, Berkeley, these employees will join practice areas such as Strategy Consulting, Primary Market Research and Advanced Analytics.
As part of the onboarding process, Trinity provides training and mentoring on core consulting skills for the life sciences industry. Facilitated by more than 30 members of the company who have a wealth of expertise in the industry, training focuses on understanding Trinity’s unique business model as well as developing key technical, analytical and communication skills that have immediate application to project work. Trinity also provides new hires the opportunity to work with a peer advisor who serves as a resource for questions related to project work, technical skills and integrating into the culture. Additionally, new hires take part in a week long team exercise where they have the opportunity to apply their newly acquired analytical and business industry knowledge to a project simulation in order gain first-hand experience into a standard life sciences consulting engagement.
“In advancing the life sciences industry, our job is to identify and help solve business problems that biopharmaceutical clients face,” said Herman Sanchez, partner, Trinity Partners. “Attracting and retaining top emerging talent is a critical part of that effort. This outstanding class of employees reflects Trinity’s continued growth and broadening influence.”
These new hires come on the tide of several recent internal promotions. Nandini Hadker, previously engagement manager, was promoted to principal, while Lisa Bailey, formerly senior manager, moved in to the role of associate director. Amanda Francis and Lindsey Acampa, previously senior consultants, were promoted to engagement managers, and Clive Mendonca, former consultant, was promoted to senior manager. Isabella Kredlow, previously a consultant, was promoted to senior consultant. There were also nine internal promotions to consultant and 16 to senior associate.
“Trinity Partners is one of the fastest growing consulting firms in the health care industry, but with just four offices and over 150 employees, it has managed to keep its boutique feel,” said Neal Dunn, partner, Trinity Partners. “Employees are provided the opportunity to demonstrate critical thinking across a range of topics, and to grow alongside collaborative peers who are always willing to assist in solving a problem.”
In addition to increasing its workforce, Trinity was recently named a Boston Business Journal Best Place to Work for 2016. Trinity has grown consistently since its founding 20 years ago and has a strong company culture that promotes communication, collaboration and real-time feedback. With dedicated volunteerism initiatives, including pro-bono projects, a strong pipeline and innovative business practices, the company is well-positioned for success in the years ahead.
Based just outside of Boston, Trinity has additional offices in San Francisco, Princeton and New York City. The company is dedicated to fostering employee growth and development and implementing the tools and initiatives necessary to drive business success and provide a clear career path with proper development, training and mentorship. Trinity is currently celebrating its 20th year in business.