Jenny McVey is an Associate Director in FRA’s Washington DC office in the firm’s Life Sciences practice. She has over 10 years’ experience combined working and consulting in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry and over 23 years of training and education.
Jenny has substantial experience leveraging key lessons learned from Pharmaceutical and Medical Device industry compliance program effectiveness and business activity assessment projects, as well as subject matter knowledge and experience related to Healthcare Compliance concerns and issues. After working for global medical device companies, she has leveraged her first hand operational experience to provide recommendations based off of the Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) Seven Elements of an Effective Compliance Program and best practices for activities within Commercial Functions and Medical Affairs for global pharmaceutical companies under investigation; led a third-party assessment for a global medical device company; led, developed and implemented future state business activities and processes to enhance efficiency and incorporate compliance regulations for a mid-sized pharmaceutical organization; led the development of standard operating procedures (SOP) and company policies for multiple client organizations around charitable contributions, medical education grants, publications as well as commercial practices that involve funding and fee for service activities (e.g. sponsorships, company and investigator sponsored research, consulting, advisory boards).
Prior to joining FRA, Jenny was an Advisory Consultant in KPMG’s Forensics, Regulatory, Enforcement and Compliance Practice and an Advisory Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. During this time, Jenny was responsible for assessing client current state compliance and business strategy and processes, and provide recommendations based off of compliance requirements best practices for life science organizations. Prior to transitioning to consulting, Jenny worked at Medtronic and Hologic, where she lead clinical education teams within the Medical Affairs function.
Jenny received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from State University of New York before earning her M.S. in Physiology and earning a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences (Physiology).