Founded on trust, focused on transparency

Since 2001, Prestige Scientific has fostered strong relationships built on trust and transparency. We operate with the understanding that our expertise in executive search is part of a bigger picture: changing lives.

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meet the team

We’re top-performing problem-solvers who care

Stephen Provost, CPC

MANAGING DIRECTOR & CO-FOUNDER

Michael Barros

Managing Director & Co-Founder

Jake Kind

Managing Partner | Executive Leadership & Regulatory Affairs

Shawn Friend

Senior Partner | Clinical R&D and Physician

Jim Calvino

Partner | Regulatory Affairs

Tricia Krzywicki

Partner | Clinical R&D and Physician

Mark Carlson, CPC, CERS

Partner | Quality Assurance

Devon Asselin

Head of Research & Project Management

Mike Smith

Director | Technical Operations & CMC and IT

Katie Leath

Director | Clinical R&D and Physician

Megan Andriatch

Director | Human Resources

William McGuane

Director | Business Development, Discovery & Preclinical

Melissa Acevedo

Senior Associate | Discovery & Preclinical

Evan Hansberry

Senior Associate | Regulatory Affairs and Clinical R&D

Mary Katherine DeVane

Senior Associate | Clinical R&D

Kendall Nelson

Senior Project Specialist

Matt Cruickshank

Associate | Clinical R&D and Discovery & Preclinical

Sam Amadio

Associate | Regulatory Affairs

Adam Metter

Associate | Regulatory Affairs

Garrett Robinson

Associate | Clinical R&D and Discovery & Preclinical

Kristin Call

Project Specialist | Technical Operations & CMC and IT

Olivia Corey

Project Specialist
Employee value

A growing industry with global impact

The fast-paced pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry is exciting, challenging, and ever-expanding. Our collective desire for growth and progress permeates our internal culture at Prestige Scientific, encouraging flexibility, collaboration, and comprehensive career development initiatives.

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