Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast
Episode 049 - Ros Hollingsworth

Episode 049 - Ros Hollingsworth

November 18, 2020

This episode features Ros Hollingsworth. Ros joined Sanofi Pasteur in March 2015. She is currently Global Medical Franchise Head for Influenza, working with her team to develop and execute the global medical strategy for Sanofi Pasteur's licensed influenza vaccines and support pipeline research and development projects, with the recent addition of developmental vaccines for the prevention of COVID-19 disease. Prior to joining Sanofi Pasteur, Ros spent 14 years in Global Medical Affairs at Pfizer with responsibility for pneumococcal conjugate vaccines. She completed her undergraduate, doctoral, and post-doctoral studies at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom.

Episode 048 - Anthony DePalma

Episode 048 - Anthony DePalma

November 11, 2020

This episode features Anthony DePalma. He worked for 22 years as a reporter and foreign correspondent for The New York Times. In 2001 he published Here: A Biography of the New American Continent and 2006 The Man Who Invented Fidel. DePalma contributed to “Portraits of Grief” which won a Pulitzer for The Times in 2001, and among other awards he was a 2007 Emmy finalist for the documentary “Toxic Legacy.” He currently severs as a writer-in-residence at Seton Hall and released a book earlier this year titled The Cubans: Ordinary Lives in Extraordinary Times.

Episode 047 - Brad Abramson

Episode 047 - Brad Abramson

November 4, 2020

This episode features Brad Abramson. Brad is a two-time Emmy winning film and television executive at A&E. He creates and manages the network's documentary franchise and works on budgeting, scripting, and co-production financing. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Clark University and a Masters in Journalism from UC Berkeley and previously worked as a producer for CNN.