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AMGEN RHODE ISLAND VICE PRESIDENT FOR SITE OPERATIONS Tia Bush addresses the audience at the 2017 PBN Business Women Awards program luncheon upon receiving her award. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Application deadline for PBN Business Women Awards honors approaches

PROVIDENCE – Two weeks remain to submit nominees for PBN’s 2018 Business Women Awards program.Applications are due on April 11 by 5 p.m.Honorees will...
TIANA OCHOA is the program director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State. / COURTESY BBBSOS

Five Questions With: Tiana Ochoa

In November Tiana Ochoa was hired by Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State as a program director. With a master’s degree in...
A BELIEVER IN RHODE ISLAND: Amgen Rhode Island vice president of operations Tia Bush said that the company's decision to build a new plant in Rhode Island was "a testament to our skilled, dedicated workforce" at the company's West Greenwich manufacturing facility. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Trusting in your team helps them soar

Tia Bush | Amgen Inc. vice president for site operations in West Greenwich and Woburn, Mass.I have the pleasure of leading a team of...
TIA BUSH, vice president of site operations for Amgen Rhode Island, waits to address attendees at PBN's fifth Manufacturing Awards event, held at WaterFire Providence Thursday. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Bush, Amgen lead honorees at PBN Manufacturing Awards

PROVIDENCE – PBN’s fifth Manufacturing Awards event attracted 260 of the region’s leaders in industry Thursday to celebrate 13 companies and one individual for...
HANDS-ON LEADER: Tia Bush, Amgen’s vice president of Rhode Island and Woburn, Mass., site operations, likes to get firsthand experience with the jobs her colleagues perform. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Bush rallies Amgen staff toward company goals

Tia Bush, Amgen Rhode Island | Leadership & StrategyMention a leader being humble and relatable, and you’re talking about Tia Bush, Amgen Inc.’s vice...
PREPARING FOR SUCCESS: Amgen Rhode Island senior associates Devon Zayas, left, and Scott Lyons conduct a safety check prior to using a bioreactor at the company’s West Greenwich facility.  / PBN PHOTO/
RUPERT WHITELEY

Manufacturing Award winners point to varied paths of success

PBN runs eight recognition programs in the course of the year, and this week’s edition of the paper contains the special section for the...

Connection is the key to success

Big ideas gather the headlines and oftentimes the investment. But this year’s crop of Manufacturing Award winners succeed because their efforts start on a...
SAFETY BRIEFING: Devon Zayas, left, and Scott Lyons, senior associates in the process-development division at Amgen’s laboratory in West Greenwich, conduct a pre-job safety briefing for hand-valve manipulations on the 100-liter stainless-steel bioreactor. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Amgen takes lead with new cholesterol control drug, augmented reality medicine

Amgen Rhode Island | Overall Excellence | More than 500 Employees“We have a mantra, ‘Serving every patient, every time.’ It’s the rally cry of...

$394K Real Jobs RI grant awarded to Westerly Education Center

WESTERLY – On Tuesday the Westerly Education Center announced it received a $394,124 Real Jobs Rhode Island grant to develop a job training program for...
THE PROP: Kacey Fetcho-Phillips holds up a vial, a tool of her trade in the pharmaceutical-manufacturing industry.

Kacey Fetcho-Phillips, 36 Senior manager — Amgen Rhode Island

What’s the best career advice you’ve received? Stay true to yourself, and enjoy the journey by not just focusing on the destination. Understand what your...
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