After ten years at helm, Dale Wahlstrom has announced his retirement from LifeScience Alley and The BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota.
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Shaye Mandle has been selected to lead the organization as president and CEO effective May 1.
BIO is grateful to Dale for his strong and insightful leadership over the past 10 years. He has been instrumental to the growth of Minnesota’s life sciences industry and has elevated his organizations’ levels of recognition and distinction.
Both Dale and Shaye have been the driving force behind LifeScience Alley’s recent successes, including the expansion of their public policy efforts and the creation of the Medical Device Innovation Consortium, a public-private partnership between the medical device industry and the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
We here at BIO value our partnership with LifeScience Alley and look forward to our continued working with Shaye.
LifeScience Alley is recognized as BIO’s state affiliate organization in Minnesota.