PhRMA Federal Affairs
Mara Guarducci, formerly a legislative assistant to Rep. Greenwood (R-Penn.), has joined the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America as federal affairs director. From 1995-1996, Guarducci served as legislative assistant to Rep. Zimmer (R-N.J.), who may run for Senate in 2000. Guarducci has also worked at the Health Insurance Association of America. She graduated from Boston College in 1993
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