Charlotte Weber works as a Regulatory Project Manager at the Jacobs Institute. In her position, she assists the Chief Regulatory Officer in the Office of Regulatory Services by overseeing and tracking each task involved in a project to ensure it is executed efficiently, effectively communicating the project's progress to both internal and external stakeholders, anticipating and mitigating any potential risks, documenting each step of the process, utilizing diverse project management tools, and ensuring the regulatory project is of the highest quality and successful.
As a classically trained Project Manager, she held various positions where she was responsible for developing and managing logistical plans for projects. At Kaleida Health, she was a Manager of Projects and Operations, overseeing the development of the new Oishei Children's Hospital. She also acted as a strategic partner for Project Management, integrating project and program management principles, budget development, business analytics, and information technology for several companies.
Charlotte holds an Associate's degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Niagara County Community College, a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from SUNY Empire State, and a Master's in Project Management from DeVry/Keller Graduate School of Management. Moreover, Charlotte is a Certified Business Analyst, a Six-Sigma Green Belt in Process Improvement, and a member of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS). She has obtained several certifications, including Global Regulatory Strategy for Medical Devices, Medical Devices: EU Regulations, FDA Law and Regulations, Global Regulatory Strategy for Medical Devices, Regulation of Combination Products, Project Management for Regulatory Professionals, Medical Writing: Investigational Applications, and FDA's Quality System Regulation.
Her hobbies include gardening, drawing, and watching sports.