- How the pandemic has impacted innovation, technology, people and our ways of working and thinking
- Understanding current capabilities and where we need to be collectively headed as a community of pharmaceutical manufacturers
- Strategies that compel and empower us to move beyond past constraints and set new, ambitious goals for the future
- Thinking beyond the data to find purpose and meaningful connections for people
Arleen Paulino, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing, leads Amgen’s commercial manufacturing organization. Prior to this role, Paulino served as vice president, Site Operations at Amgen Singapore Manufacturing from 2016 to 2018, where she led the team to the successful licensure of Amgen’s first Next-Generation Biomanufacturing plant.
Paulino joined Amgen in 2002 and over the years has held various positions with increasing responsibility in Process Engineering and Process Development. She was also the head of Clinical Operations and Development Supply Chain, where she was responsible for the end-to-end supply chain for the manufacture and delivery of clinical product to support Amgen’s global clinical trials.
She began her career in Operations at Genentech and later joined Immunex, where she held a variety of roles overseeing development and scale-up operations, contract manufacturing and technology transfer, as well as plant manager for the cell culture facility.
Paulino holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Marquette University.