GenHERation® Summer Series with Dawn Porter Eringis: Chief Business Development Officer at Integral Molecular


The GenHERation® Summer Series provides young women with meaningful ways to learn from accomplished experts, develop new skills, and prepare for future career opportunities. Sessions take place every Wednesday from 7/8-9/2 from 6-6:30 PM EST/3-3:30 PM PST. Participants will receive a link via email the morning of the scheduled event. Registration is open until 12 PM EST/3 PM PST the day of the session. View the complete GenHERation® Summer Series schedule here.

Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Time: 6-6:30 PM EST/3-3:30 PM PST

Guest: Dawn Porter Eringis, Chief Business Development Officer of Integral Molecular

About Dawn Porter Eringis 

Dawn has 25+ years of experience encompassing major pharmaceutical to start-up biotechnology companies. She has been involved in Commercialization, Business Development, Fundraising, IR/PR and Strategic Planning while co-founding two Biotech companies: Locus Pharmaceuticals and PolyMedix. Dawn has initiated and concluded over $500 million worth of corporate licensing deals, as well as successfully written more than 25 grants resulting in approximately $30mm in funding for her last company, PolyMedix. Currently, Dawn consults to small and start-up biotech companies as well as tech transfer offices and is the CBO of Integral Molecular.

Dawn started her career as a chemical engineer at Rohm & Haas before getting her MBA in Marketing, Strategic Planning and Finance at the Wharton School. Since then her career has included positions in business development, strategic planning, commercialization, marketing, HEOR, and product management. She has held positions of increasing responsibility at Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson·Merck, Guilford Pharmaceuticals, Locus Discovery, and PolyMedix. She holds an M.B.A. from Wharton, and a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. She currently is on the Board of Directors of the St. Christopher’s Day School, a guest lecturer for several Penn Engineering school classes (EAS 546 and EAS101), on the Advisory Board of the University of Pennsylvania BioEngineering Department, and past Chair of the Trustee’s Council of Penn Women.