Rosemary Amponsah is a second year MBA student at S.C Johnson College of Business at
Cornell University, a Consortium Fellow, and MLT Professional Development Fellow. She
holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Fitchburg State University. Prior to Johnson,
Rosemary worked in regional sales at Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world's leading
research-driven pharmaceutical companies. She was responsible for directing sales
initiatives to healthcare practitioners focused on growing several product prescription
medicines within the Boehringer Ingelheim portfolio. Most notably, she worked within the
Diabetes portfolio among high populations of low-income patients.
In addition to her professional endeavors, Rosemary also served as the Youth Director of
the third largest African Pentecostal church in New England. She took on the role after she
recognized the potential for an environment that would help bolster a more effective
relationship between the youth and the community at large. As a former science mentor for
underprivileged girls with The Science Club for Girls, she understands the importance of
reaching back. In her spare time, she also enjoys African dancing and taught classes for
several years. As an MBA candidate at S.C. Johnson, Rosemary's goal is to empower
underrepresented women through the intersection of healthcare and technology.