C. Lyn Fitzgerald

Senior Vice President and Chief Growth Officer

C. Lyn Fitzgerald - Vice president of sales

C Lyn Fitzgerald is the Senior Vice President, Chief Growth Officer for Ontada.  Lyn leads the development and implementation of strategy and initiatives to drive growth in the life sciences sector, including identifying and pursuing new business opportunities, partnerships, acquisitions, and engagement with key accounts to optimize collaborative opportunities and market presence.

Ms. Fitzgerald previously led the Sales Organization for Ontada’ s full line of Life Sciences and Channel products and partnerships, including Real World Data & Analytics, Real World Research, Consulting and Ontada Learn. has more 25 years of health care sales and business development experience including more than 17 years in Oncology. Prior to joining Ontada, Ms. Fitzgerald spent more than 13 years at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), where she most recently served as Senior Vice President, U.S. & Global Development. During her tenure, Lyn drove the development and successful execution of an innovative business and productization strategy that significantly expanded the reach, utilization, and influence of NCCN content across the entire oncology ecosystem.

Lyn holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Journalism in Communications, both from Temple University. She is a frequent national speaker on the role of guidelines in cancer care, a published author of several articles on health and healthcare policy, as well as a contributing author of multiple white papers and task force reports on quality, value, access, data, and evidence-based care in oncology.

“Ontada has the power to transform cancer care by providing life sciences companies and providers with the insights they need to bring innovation to market and ultimately to patients faster. No other organization offers the essential insights of the largest most influential provider network with embedded technology and enriched data sources.”