Meet HBA Dallas-Fort Worth Director at Large, Membership and Volunteering: Kate Zachmeyer | HBA

Meet HBA Dallas-Fort Worth Director at Large, Membership and Volunteering: Kate Zachmeyer

Kate, what is your current role professionally and with the HBA?       
My current role at Pfizer is a key account manager for the internal medicine division. I work with large healthcare systems and IDNs on population health initiatives and quality improvement projects in therapeutic areas where Pfizer has expertise and knowledge. My current role at HBA Dallas - Fort Worth is the director at large for membership and volunteers.      
How did you begin your career in Healthcare?
A marketing friend from college was working for a small pharmaceutical company as a sales representative and loved his job. I ran into him and his regional manager one night and found out there was an open position. That was 28 years ago! Since then I have had several positions including regional trainer, operations and district sales manager.

What are you passionate about?
My family! I have been married to Dave for 25 years and have two busy young teenagers, Meg (17) and Emma (14). I also passionate about mentoring young women to help them realize they can achieve both their business and personal goals. I am also passionate about the work we do at Pfizer and the impact it has patients.

Why join the HBA?   
Join the HBA for the networking and volunteer opportunities! I love that I have this external network that encourages me and provides developmental educational opportunities to improve my performance. It is a very supportive and inclusive environment.

From HBA Dallas-Fort Worth
Kate Zachmeyer is extremely active with HBA Dallas-Fort Worth and serves in a critical role that has been key to our success and growth. In fact, we are happy to celebrate Kate’s numerous contributions and her win in 2019 of the HBA Southwest Region Legacy Award. She was acknowledged for her leadership within the HBA Dallas-Fort Worth chapter, volunteer management during extensive chapter realignment, being a supportive and engaged partner to the current board president, and being the train the trainer to expedite new member on-boarding.

Thank you, Kate, for your dedication to inspire and further the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare. HBA Dallas-Fort Worth would not be possible without the contributions of volunteers like Kate. She is an extraordinary person and volunteer that has played a significant role in building the HBA presence in Dallas. We are lucky to have Kate as part of the HBA DFW team.