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For over 20 years, Fredric Marshall has consulted with and provided advanced training solutions for some of the world’s most highly respected corporations, including: Apple, Genentech, Biogen Idec, Pfizer, Merck, General Electric, IBM, AT&T, GlaxoSmithKline, Amgen, Aventis, Novartis, Colgate-Palmolive, Chubb & Son, Ethicon, Xerox, and Ortho Biotech to name a few.
Fred has been a guest lecturer at Cornell University, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the Wharton-Japan Program. He is a frequent contributor to Pharmaceutical Representative Magazine and to the Life science and Training Educators Network (L-TEN) FOCUS magazine. Fred has been a featured presenter at the L-TEN’s national symposium for the last 9 years. And finally, his views have been quoted in PharmaVOICE, Entrepreneur Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.
Jill’s extraordinary reputation as a world-class provider of sales training for over 70 new product launches across 30 therapeutic areas in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device sales makes her ideal to lead client engagement activities at Quantum. Jill uniquely combines an intuitive sense of leadership, brand strategy, and sales force effectiveness with a practical understanding of sales training, coaching, and pull-through in a mobile learning context.
From the U.S. Armed Services to the front lines of the pharmaceutical industry, Jill has built a distinguished career based on her credibility as a leader, a motivator, and a doer. She launched her private-sector career as a high-performing sales representative at Merck and rapidly scaled the ranks through field communications, sales training, and product management. Identifying sales training as her passion, Jill left the in-house “Big Pharma” environment 18 years ago to pursue more specialized training expertise in entrepreneurial agency settings. In the corporate world, her field-tested, performance-driven impact can be measured by such factors as exponential gains in market share and new prescriptions.