ABOUT THE TEAM
Founder & President
Lucy Rose is the founder and leader of The Cost of Loneliness Project™. Lucy is a world traveler, a global relationship builder, and an award-winning pharmaceutical health strategy, regulatory, and communications expert. Her education and experience includes: Salem College BS Biology, Wake Forest University Physician Assistant graduate, MBA, senior executive at the Food and Drug Administration (communications and regulatory), and pharmaceutical industry executive. She has consulted with hundreds of companies and organizations in regulatory, medical, and strategic drug business development, communications, and leadership considerations. She speaks extensively on these topics all over the world.
Lucy has focused her professional career on driving strategic thought and expert execution around the targeted concept of Health Care communication. With deep insights in the national discourse on the science of impact, Lucy is the US expert on shaping the dialogue on direct to consumer messaging of complex medical information. A trained clinician, Lucy is both a scientist and a strategist. Having worked inside over 400 companies, ranging from the earliest start-up to the most lucrative Fortune 100, she has also profoundly explored the constructs of ‘work’ and ‘work environment’. She thus brings extensive depth to the ideas around the concepts of loneliness carrying great personal and workplace financial and psychosocial impact.