Patricia (Pat) Larrabee, founder and president of Facility Logix, has been named by Baltimore-based, The Daily Record, as one Maryland’s 2016 Top 100 Women.  A ceremony honoring her and other outstanding women, will be held on April 18, 2016 at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, MD.

Pat received a BS in Biology from the University of Vermont and an MS in Biotechnology Management at the University of Maryland University College.  Her career has spanned the life sciences since graduating – starting as a bench scientists, Director of Scientific Services at Crop Genetics; Director of Corporate Relations at UMBC; and at Scheer Partners, was the Executive Vice President for Scheer’s Biotech Services Group.

In 2004, Pat founded Facility Logix – a real estate consulting firm focused on the built environment needs of the life science, innovation, and biopharmaceutical industry sectors.  The firm has since expanded into areas that encompass feasibility and market assessments for both private and public sectors; assists public sector clients develop and implement economic gardening and business attraction strategies and efforts geared towards life science and innovative firms.  Facility Logix also provides owner’s representation services for firms undergoing expansion and renovation; and, assist biopharmaceutical facility owners find follow-on users for highly specialized and special use facilities.

maryland's top 100 women award 2016Pat enjoys mentoring and providing guidance to her peers, to her clients, and to those with an interest and strong desire to learn and to succeed in the life science industry.  She is an active board director for Women in Bio and is an active volunteer for the University of Vermont Alumni Chapter.  Facility Logix has proudly contributed to the economic growth of Maryland; and through the services provided (including Pat’s mentoring and volunteer work) the lives of many medical patients have been directly impacted. Congratulations to Pat and to the 99 outstanding women in Maryland!