Education:

Stephen F. Austin State University: Business Administration, B.A.

About:

Alisa Hamilton has many years of CRO operations work experience and is currently the Manager of Operations, Marketing, & Communications at Proxima Clinical Research, Inc. Proxima is a contract research organization focusing on assisting emerging pharmaceutical and medical device companies in clinical product development. While obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in General Business from Stephen F. Austin State University, Alisa started performing the role of a leader, by becoming team captain for the University’s Division-I softball program, where she was a 4-year letterman scholarship-athlete. After graduation, Alisa took the leadership skills she developed on the field to the professional world at Baylor Scott & White, where she was responsible for training new hires as an Epic super user, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable, coordinating office meetings and special events. Alisa has always been driven by finding solutions to the simplest and complex tasks.  

Through Proxima’s start-up phase, Alisa identified the need for a leader that would conquer perplexing procedures, and she knew she was the best fit for the challenge. Over the last few years at Proxima, Alisa has successfully implemented new onboarding/exiting procedures, HR Policy’s, project management systems, and IT solutions while managing invoicing, marketing, social media, content planning/development, client/vendor proposals and contracts, insurance policies, client relationships, employee acknowledgment, and company mural. Alisa’s overall goal through everything she has achieved at Proxima is to make it one of the most enjoyable places to work.

Positions and Honors:

Proxima Clinical Research, Inc., Houston, Texas
Manager of Operations, Marketing, and Communications
Administrative Manager

Baylor Scott & White, Dallas, Texas
Customer Relations Specialist

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OriginallY From:
Wylie, Texas
Fun Fact:
Alisa enjoys shooting her guns and bow when she isn't playing with her dogs.
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