Anne Marie Finley is the Founder and President of Biotech Policy Group LLC, a healthcare government relations and regulatory policy consulting firm that she founded in 2001.
She was the Vice President, Government Relations and Public Policy at Celgene from 2007-2013 before returning to Biotech Policy Group. Previously, she was Vice President for Regulatory Policy at GE Healthcare (formerly Amersham Health); Vice President for Health Policy at Ketchum; HHS and VA investigator for the US House of Representatives’ Committee on Government Reform and Oversight and Federal Government Relations Manager for Hershey Foods Corporation. She served in the administration of President George H.W. Bush as Special Assistant for Legislative and Public Affairs in the Office of the Commissioner, US Food and Drug Administration.
Anne Marie was appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to the HHS Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability and served from 2007-2011. She received her Regulatory Affairs specialist (RAC) in 1999 and is the author of numerous reports and articles on orphan drugs, infectious agents, blood safety, food safety and food additives.
She is currently on the Board of Directors of the FDA Alumni Association and co-chaired its activities committee from 2003-2014. She was a trustee of the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey from 2005-2011.
She is a past president of Women in Government Relations and a former instructor in The Washington Representative Program, a graduate government relations program at The George Washington University.
Anne Marie received a BA in Government from Georgetown University and an MS in Science and Technology Commercialization from The University of Texas at Austin. She also earned a graduate certificate in government relations from The George Washington University.