Emily Stump has a broad range of experience in the biotechnology industry that includes qualification and validation, Quality Control testing, aseptic manufacturing of vaccines and diagnostic products, clean room management, quality risk management, and creation and implementation of Quality Systems. Ms. Stump holds a BS in Microbiology and a MS in Bioengineering. Ms. Stump has been an active member of ISPE since 2006, when she founded the Colorado State University Student Chapter. She previously served as the CSU Student Chapter Industry Advisor and Student Affairs Chair on the Board of Directors for the Rocky Mountain Chapter until 2011, when she relocated to the Pacific Northwest. Ms. Stump has also been a member of the International Young Professionals Committee since 2010, and is currently the Co-Chair of the committee. In 2012, she also serves on the ISPE Annual Conference Planning Committee, Membership Development Committee, and International Board of Directors Nominating Committee.