Christine Drury is an accomplished communications and marketing leader with a diverse background that provides an informed perspective. She is skilled at developing and executing comprehensive marketing communications strategies that achieve business objectives, engage stakeholders, and advocate for important causes.
Christine has led Corporate and R&D Communications at global biopharmaceutical companies and in academia. Before entering the field of corporate communications, Christine began her career as a TV news reporter for the NBC and ABC affiliates in the Indianapolis market. This experience provided her with a solid foundation in effective storytelling and media engagement.
Consistent with her professional accomplishments, Christine has a strong interest in advocacy work. She established The Red Mask Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and education about idiopathic craniofacial erythema, a rare medical condition she used to suffer from. Her journey has been documented in Dr. Atul Gawande's bestselling book “Complications” and featured in The New Yorker magazine. Christine served as spokesperson for the organization to share her experience, and advocate for others facing similar challenges.