Ashley Kretzschmar is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration and graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Business Administration. Currently, she works with Akcea as the Associate Director of Clinical Market Development. She is a top sales and marketing key account representative with 14 years of pharmaceutical experience in biotechnologies. 17 significant wins in 12 years of sales including four President Clubs, four Platinum Performances Awards, top 10% in all six product launches, TLL of the Quarter Award, and Rising Star Award.
Ashley has a significant amount of experience in business development and creating streamlined protocols to help make company processes more efficient and profitable. Her extensive knowledge in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries as well as her degrees in business administration, have made her an important asset to the businesses that she has worked for.
In her free time Ashley is involved in numerous different charities volunteering her time and money in order to improve the lives of others. She is also an ex-athlete playing sports growing up, including hockey. Ashley is also a big family person. She is the mother of two and enjoys spending time with her children and husband when she is not working and volunteering.
Ashley Kretzschmar is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration and graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Business Administration. She resides in Aledo, Texas.
The COVID-19 crisis has led to a lot of financial instability — not only for companies that are struggling to stay afloat as mandatory lockdowns are imposed, but also for individuals and charities as the number of people out of work tops 22 million.
That means people and organizations need more help to meet their basic requirements, says Ashley Kretzschmar, a veteran of sales and marketing in the pharmaceutical industry based in Aledo, Texas who also gives her resources to a number of charities. If you’re in a position to help out, then there’s more than one way to do it, she explains.
At one time in the not-so-distant past, companies took a more sweeping approach to market their products — that meant putting their offerings in publications and other media that they believed best represented their target customers.
However, technology is quickly changing the marketing landscape and companies have to move fast to keep up, says Ashley Kretzschmar of Aledo, Texas, who has several years of sales and marketing experience in the pharmaceutical industry and is a thought leader liaison with Regeneron.