Pfizer appoints Deb Mangone as Ireland Country Manager
9th October 2022
Deb Mangone has been appointed as Country Manager, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland. Deb has held various positions at Pfizer since joining the company in 2001 with her most recent role being Vice President, Pfizer Hospital, EU2 Cluster Lead.
Her main priorities in this new role will be ensuring availability and access of innovative treatments to the people of Ireland, promoting investment in medicine and vaccine research and development in Ireland as well as introducing innovations including digital ways of working to Ireland’s healthcare and life sciences sector.
Commenting on her appointment, Deb Mangone, Country Manager, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland said; “It is very important that Irish citizens receive the best possible treatments without delay, and that new innovative medicines and vaccines are rapidly introduced and accessible in Ireland.”
“Our pipeline has never been stronger, and we are making significant progress in delivering on our purpose – breakthroughs that change patients’ lives. I am really looking forward to working with such a strong team and to also working closely with Pfizer’s key stakeholders so that we can deliver on our scientific breakthroughs to the people of Ireland.”
Previously, Deb was Finland Country Manager, and she also held several positions of increasing responsibility, including Vice President, Executive Operations, NYHQ Site Lead and Chief of Staff to CEO, Albert Bourla. As a trusted advisor to Albert Bourla, she worked closely with Pfizer’s Executive Leadership Team on business strategies and operations and oversaw Pfizer’s planned headquarters move scheduled for later this year.
Prior to joining Pfizer, Deb worked for Kozmo.com, Ernst & Young and Tompkins Associates, Inc. as an engineer and general consultant. She holds BS and MS degrees in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina State University and an MBA from Columbia University. She is from New York, USA and now lives in Dublin with her husband, son and daughter.