Jennifer Ralston is a Multifaceted Manager with unique blend of experience in quality, process improvement, process engineering, regulatory, pharmaceutical, quality auditing, software quality, project and program management, change management and lean six sigma.
Ralston has worked a LONG list of clients from myriad sectors of the business world. She has presented Quality Concepts to places such as the University of Cairo in Egypt, conducting an International Audit of the Vascera, in Cairo, Egypt in 2001. This was a unique opportunity to teach regulatory concepts to a pharmaceutical company overseas. Ralston has also won the American Red Cross Spirit of Excellence Award, which is an award for individuals that achieve major results.
During her time working for American Red Cross, Jennifer was the Director of Process Improvement for Biomedical Services at American Red Cross National Headquarters. She is a certified Master Black Belt, Lean Sensei, and managed the Red Cross’ Lean Six Sigma Program and Computer Simulations. Ralston began her seven (7) year career at Red Cross in 2002, serving as Senior Change Engineer, Change Management, Senior Quality Design Engineer, and Systems Design Engineering. She was also the organization’s first Black Belt and Master Black Belt in the Six Sigma program. In this role, she introduced and implemented Six Sigma and Project Management tools in support of the continuous improvement program and in compliance with FDA regulations, applicable laws, cGMP, CLIA/CMS, as well as AABB, JCAHO and ISO Standards. Ralston is also an auditor for several organizations such as AABB, CAP and ISO. She has also trained with the American Society of Quality as a Certified Quality Auditor and Certified Quality Engineer. Ralston has also worked as a Clinical Technologist, Medical Technologist and Microbiologist when she first started her career in Health Care which later changed to a career in Quality and Process Improvement after she decided not to go to Medical School to be a Pediatrician.