Jacqueline Waldrop is a Director in Pfizer’s Global Medical Grants team supporting independent research, continuing medical education, and health care quality improvement initiatives. Jacqueline is responsible for the development and execution of an independent grants strategy specifically for the clinical areas of interest within oncology. In her role she collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to provide support for programs aligned with Pfizer business interests that advance research, improve the clinical competence and performance of health care professionals, build the capabilities of the health care system, and improve patient health. Prior to joining Pfizer in November 2006 Jacqueline Waldrop was the Director of Continuing Professional Education for the American Heart Association (AHA) managing the accredited program for physicians, nurses, pharmacists and emergency services. Jacqueline's accomplishments at the AHA included expansion of guidelines-based education and implementation of an association-wide learning management system for healthcare professionals. Previously, she worked for four years in a Medical Education and Communications company, responsible for the planning and implementation of continuing education activities in the areas of Oncology and HIV. Jacqueline earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Austin College and a Master of Science degree in Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs from Temple University School of Pharmacy. She has a Certificate in Clinical Trial Management and is a Fellow of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP).