CAPDM Welcomes Senior Vice President Angelique Berg
Angelique takes on executive responsibility for member relations, government affairs at the federal and provincial level, advisory committee oversight, and our education curriculum.
This appointment fills a critical role for CAPDM with a business development leader that harnesses over 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and not-for-profit health sectors. Angelique brings expertise in revenue growth, government and stakeholder relations, and strategic communications at the executive level of leading health organizations, including the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation, Diabetes Canada, and most recently as the CEO at Hypertension Canada. In addition to building high performing teams and creating award-winning programs, she has a proven track record in driving sustainable growth and innovation to inspire change. Angelique has served on multi-sector collaborations that accelerated health care system and patient care improvements, including the Wait Times Alliance, the Bone and Joint Decade Canada, Health Quality Ontario’s Hypertension Quality Standard Advisory Committee, and Health Canada’s Multi-Stakeholder Committee on Drug Shortages. She served for over 10 years as a member of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada, and presently serves as a director on the board of the Best Medicines Coalition.
Angelique’s relationship building strength and acute intuition will see her contribute to CAPDM early on. A strategic planner, builder and strong communicator, Angelique’s leadership will undoubtedly help CAPDM to grow its value proposition and drive its distribution eco-system to a more sustainable future.
Please welcome Angelique and feel free to reach out to her anytime.