Govzilla Welcomes Aboard Rebecca Stauffer

Govzilla announces the addition of Rebecca Stauffer as Content Strategy Manager.

“We are excited by the addition of Rebecca Stauffer to the Govzilla team,” says Michael de la Torre, CEO of Govzilla.  “Our mission is to make government data more accessible and meaningful. Rebecca brings with her over eight years of expertise in global GMP regulations. She will be a valuable asset as we look to leverage our data and produce meaningful content for regulated industries.”

“I am very excited to be joining the Govzilla family,” says Rebecca. “I am looking forward to providing content that suits the needs of Govzilla’s clients and the industry at large.”

About the Expert

Rebecca brings almost a decade of GMP experience to the Govzilla team. Previously she oversaw the PDA Letter, the membership magazine of the Parenteral Drug Association, as Managing Editor. In this role, she reported on the latest regulatory and scientific developments affecting sterile manufacturing. 

She has covered trends in data integrity citations, regulation of new isolator technologies, cleanroom contamination events, changes to USP microbiology chapters, and more. 

In addition to writing and editing articles, she helped produce multimedia content. You may have seen her at a PDA conference carrying lighting equipment down darkened hotel corridors!

Previously, she assisted in the layout and design of the International Pharmaceutical Quality newsletter. For three years, she worked for the market research startup RainKing Software, managing one of the top research teams at the company. 

Rebecca studied journalism at George Mason University and has a master’s degree in Publishing from George Washington University.

Rebecca Stauffer

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