Farrell Simon, PharmD/MBA, is currently the VP, US Head for Trevi Therapeutics, where he brings a diverse set of experiences and leadership to develop and execute commercialization plans for Haduvio. His career spans both U.S. and global roles, where he has developed and implemented numerous marketing and sales campaigns to increase internal and external engagement. He is an experienced general manager who has successfully led operating plans for brands of varying size and worked across the lifecycle of products from in-line brands to early commercial development assets.
Prior to joining Trevi, Farrell spent 10 years at Pfizer, which provided him experiences in delivering results in both Pharmaceutical and Consumer Healthcare. Most recently, he served as Chief of Staff to the Group President of Biopharma at Pfizer and was a member of the leadership team. This leadership team managed $38B in revenue and the medicines and vaccines within these business units address patient needs in cancer, rare disease, inflammation & immunology, primary care, infectious diseases, and preventative care with vaccines. Prior to Pfizer, Farrell gained general management and marketing experience at Procter & Gamble.
He has previously sat on the advisory board for Business School and the advisory board for the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida. He founded, and continues to lead The Simon Cancer Foundation, a not-for-profit raising money for cancer patients attending college. He holds both an M.B.A. and a Pharm.D. from the University of Florida.
Cathy Simon Retired from Social Security Administration after over 39 years of employment. I was a technical expert in charge of training and mentoring. Also sat as an officer in the P.T.A. and also was on the Advisory Board for several schools in the South Florida Area. Now currently assisting in the fundraising for the foundation.
The Simon Cancer Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt corporation designated by the IRS (EIN: 20-3089282)
The Simon Cancer Foundation was created in honor of Harvey Simon and his struggle with cancer. Due to his Multiple Myeloma, he endured chemotherapy as well as a stem cell transplant. Harvey represents the true meaning of the human will and his spirit and accomplishments will live on through this foundation.
The impact of cancer poses a financial burden to many individuals and also changes the daily activities of many lives. The goal of The Simon Cancer Foundation is to financially assist cancer patients by awarding scholarships and making charitable donations to camps and educational programs. Although the foundation does not provide funding directly to patients for reimbursement of their medical expenses, we hope to make an impact by providing funding through educational assistance.