A magna cum laude biology graduate of The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina, Terrell “Terry” Herring serves as president of commercial operations for Mission Pharmacal. An avid sports fan, Terrell “Terry” Herring supports the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Philadelphia Flyers.
Seeking to bolster its organizational depth through college free agency, the Flyers signed Union College forward Michael Vecchione in March. A native of Massachusetts, Vecchione played for the United States Hockey League’s Tri-City Storm from 2011-13 but went undrafted in the NHL. Through four seasons with Union, however, he recorded 71 goals and 105 assists, making him the college’s all-time leading scorer.
A Hobey Baker finalist as the top player in the NCAA, Vecchione posted career highs in goals and assists in 2016-17 with 29 and 34 respectively. He was considered one of the top available college free agents and, just four days after signing with Philadelphia, made his NHL debut in a game against the New Jersey Devils.
For more than 20 years, Terrell Herring has been a thought leader in the pharmaceutical industry. He brings that experience to his roles as the president of Alamo Pharma Services, Inc, and president of commercial operations at Mission Pharmacal Company. Moreover, Terrell (“Terry”) Herring serves on the Board of Directors of A New Equilibrium, an organization devoted to developing the next generation of skilled leaders.
A New Equilibrium provides a space where leaders from various life paths and careers can bring a greater sense of meaning into their lives and learn how to manage their time better. This is accomplished by working together in a community to establish a deeper connection with one’s core values. Toward that end, A New Equilibrium has four main pillars that guide its operation.
– Each person has a unique system of core values and beliefs that comprise the fundamental aspects of his or her identity.
– People achieve better outcomes in their lives by relying on their core values and beliefs to help those around them. This practice is referred to as spiritual engagement.
– A focused, thoughtful effort is required to leverage leadership principles to achieve results over an extended period. This value is described as using intentional leadership tools.
– By taking part in A New Equilibrium community, people can connect with and draw strength from like-minded individuals to achieve their individual goals.
March of Dimes
Terrell Herring serves as the president of Alamo Pharma Services, Inc., in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. A committed philanthropist, Terrell (“Terry”) Herring has provided considerable support to March of Dimes and its efforts to end birth defects.
In early March, a government report showed that brain abnormalities and microcephaly had occurred in 33 times more births in the United States since the arrival of Zika. The virus has serious consequences for pregnant women and their children, which has fueled March of Dimes to take new steps toward preventing and treating Zika infections.
The organization has teamed with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to undertake a coordinated effort against Zika. The partnership involves the creation of a website where families affected by Zika can find specialized care, as well as continuing education for nurses about Zika. March of Dimes will also create Zika prevention kits for new mothers in Puerto Rico. These kits include mosquito nets, clothing, and tips for preventing infection.
March of Dimes considers it critical for women who are pregnant and those who may become pregnant to understand how to prevent Zika. The organization has increased its social media presence to field questions related to baby health and Zika.
Bridging the Gap
A magna cum laude graduate of The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina, where he studied biology, Terrell (Terry) Herring serves as president of commercial operations for Mission Pharmacal Company as well as president of its sales services subsidiary company, Alamo Pharma Services. Twice named to PharmaVOICE magazine’s list of 100 most inspiring people, Terrell Herring is a board member for Bridging the Gap Africa.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to building bridges in rural areas of Kenya, Bridging the Gap Africa’s main objective is to provide ease of access to vital services such as healthcare and education. With supportive partners worldwide, the organization focuses on advocacy in raising money for the organization’s portfolio of projects.
Recently, a Canadian school in Kitchener, Ontario, organized a fundraising initiative in which educators experienced similar challenges faced by students in the Central Pokot region of Kenya. Anna Lucas and her Sheppard Public School teaching partners, in response to stories of Kenyan students making long treks through rivers to school, crossed the Grand River in their hometown and then completed a six kilometer hike to class in October 2016. The teachers have since engaged their school in fundraising initiatives for Bridging the Gap Africa.
Terrell “Terry” Herring is a pharmaceutical executive and philanthropist that holds graduate certificates from Duke University and the Mercer University School of Engineering. Currently, Terrell Herring serves as president of Mission Pharmacal in Texas, and is heavily involved in the Mission Family of Companies, which includes BioComp Pharmaceuticals.
BioComp is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mission Pharmacal Company, focused on the commercialization of prescription generic drug products. The company has its headquarters in San Antonio, and a commercial office in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. BioComp was launched by Mission in February 2009 to offer generic products sourced through a variety of avenues: authorized generic opportunities, externally-sourced generics, and an internal R&D program. The company works with a variety of partners to distribute its’ products to the people who need them most: the patient.
In addition to the development and sourcing of its own generic pharmaceutical products, BioComp also offers a range of services that can successfully bring other generic pharmaceuticals to market. These commercialization offerings include labeling, packaging, warehousing and distribution. Moreover, the firm maintains business side services that include accounting, sales, and electronic data interchange capabilities. These service offerings are available to clients in the form of a comprehensive turnkey solution or as a la carte options.
Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals
Terrell Herring, who often goes by Terry, is a pharmaceutical industry executive that currently serves as the president of Alamo Pharma Services and Mission Pharmacal. A highly resourceful professional, Terrell Herring is an expert on leveraging partnerships for mutual beneficial success, and was invited to speak at the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP) Global Alliance Summit on the topic.
A nonprofit organization, ASAP is a professional membership organization founded in 1998 that represents individuals working to form and maintain strategic alliances and partnerships. ASAP currently maintains a membership base of over 2,500 individuals from nearly 40 different countries.
The Global Alliance Summit is an annual event hosted by ASAP. The event is the leading networking forum and professional gathering for individuals that work to build partnerships and maintain strategic alliances. In addition to educational content and peer-to-peer learning opportunities, the event features expert speakers and a new theme each year. For example, the 2016 event will focus on the theme of Partnering Everywhere: Expert Leadership for the Ecosystem.
A New Equilibrium
Pharmaceutical executive Terrell Herring leads both Mission Pharmacal Company and Alamo Pharma Services. Along with his responsibilities in the field of healthcare, Terrell “Terry” Herring provides guidance to the nonprofit organization A New Equilibrium by serving on its board of directors.
A New Equilibrium is dedicated to leadership professionals who make their spirituality an active part of their work. The organization’s membership believes that effective leadership relies on purposeful spirituality as much as it relies on psychology and technology.
The leadership of A New Equilibrium believes that spiritual engagement in the workplace is valuable for several key reasons. Some say that spirituality improves workplace performance. Intentional spirituality is also purported to improve relationships with coworkers and team members.
Personal satisfaction is an additional benefit of the approach. Leaders say that spiritual engagement can bring a reenergized career trajectory, more workplace satisfaction, and a heightened sense of purpose.