Pat is the founder and President of Facility Logix. She has over 30 years of experience in the biotechnology industry, including several years as a bench researcher. For the past 20 years, Pat has applied her technical end-user knowledge to the facility-related needs of the industry. She advises developers and institutions across the United States and manages facility expansion and implementation programs for clients such as Covance, George Mason University, Integrated Biotherapeutics, Johns Hopkins University, the Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute, United Therapeutics, and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Pat has conducted numerous feasibility studies for shared wetlab co-work, incubation, and accelerator facilities and has developed life science strategies for economic development groups across the country. Prior to founding Facility Logix, Pat was an Executive Vice President at Scheer Partners. Pat holds an MS in Biotechnology Management and a BA in Biology and sits on the Board of Women in Bio. In 2016, The Daily Record named Pat one of the Top 100 Women in Maryland.
Director of Project Management Services
As a lead project manager for Facility Logix, Lynne leads and manages collaborative teams from the concept stage through move-in for complex laboratory and biopharmaceutical projects. Lynne brings extensive knowledge in the commercial construction of laboratory buildings, project execution, laboratory and medical equipment qualification and procurement, and advanced electrical and mechanical system specification and design. Prior projects range from the interior fit-out of laboratory spaces for clients throughout Maryland to the development of ground-up projects for George Mason University and Lung Bioengineering. Prior to joining Facility Logix, Lynne was a Project Manager at Edgley Construction. Lynne is an active member of The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) and Women in Bio.
Ingrid is a Project Manager with over 5 years of experience delivering office and laboratory space for AstraZeneca. Prior to that Ingrid managed the corporate real estate portfolio for an investment conglomerate. Ingrid is a certified Project Manager (PMP) and holds the Manager in Corporate Real Estate (MCR) designation from CorNet Global. Ingrid received her MBA from Nova Southeastern University in Florida and holds an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering.
Nancy Conwell has nearly 25 years of economic development, corporate recruitment, site selection and higher education experience. Nancy focuses on economic development and life sciences strategy consulting at Facility Logix where her unique blend of expertise is especially valuable in developing actionable business development and implementation plans. Supported client projects include those for Johns Hopkins University Fast Forward, the City of Virginia Beach, the Eastern North Carolina Bio-manufacturing Cluster, and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County Florida. Prior to joining Facility Logix, Nancy was the Director of Facilities Planning, Operations and Director of Marketing for the College of Science at George Mason University. Nancy has also served as a Site Selection Consultant for KPMG and as the first Team Leader for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s Life Science and Headquarters Team. Nancy holds an MS in Interdisciplinary Studies, a BA in International Affairs, and a Certificate in Economic Development.
Manager, Project Services
Janna is a certified Project Manager and Scrum Master with over 25 years of IT and training project management experience. Janna provides support for select feasibility studies as well as operational support at the business level for Facility Logix. Prior to her work at Facility Logix, Janna worked for 12 years at IBM, where she led an internal IBM Enterprise Resource Planning and implementation effort. Janna holds a BS in computer science.
Associate Project Manager
Brian is an Associate Project Manager at Facility Logix where he supports Owners Representation and Project Management clients. In addition to providing project management support, Brian focuses on environmental, health and safety needs and sustainable design and construction practices. Prior to joining Facility Logix, Brian held research internships at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay READY Program. Brian holds a BA in Biology form St. Mary’s College in Maryland and a current HAZWOPER certificate. Brian is a May 2017 graduate of Johns Hopkins’ BLocal Program.
Tunde supports our feasibility study work and our project management clients. Tunde brings over five years of experience in using statistical programs to forecast the performance of capital projects and modeling schedule acceleration to achieve project sustainability. Prior to re-joining Facility Logix where Tunde interned during his undergraduate and graduate education, Tunde held a Research Analyst position at Independent Project Analysis in Ashburn, Virginia. Tunde is currently an MBA candidate at the Columbia School of Business and holds a MA in Economics from Clemson and a BS in Financial Economics from UMBC.
Dawn manages Human Resource functions and provides accounting and bookkeeping support for Facility Logix. Dawn is especially knowledgeable about process applications and has been instrumental in streamlining how we work.