Voices of Hope series Lunch and Learn

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
The Witte Museum - Prassel Auditorium
3801 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
United States

The 2016 Voices of Hope Series presents:

GenCure History and Keys to the Future: Building on Our Legacy in Regenerative Medicine
 
Date: Tuesday, April 4 - RSVP by March 29
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm
LocationThe Witte Museum - Prassel Auditorium, 3801 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 78209. Parking available in the parking garage at Tuleta & Avenue B
Details:
  • $35 per person - click the link below to access our donation form and reserve your seat. In the "Please Direct Contribution To" drop down menu,  select "Lunch and Learn - June 7"
  • Lunch will be served promptly at 11:45
  • If you have any questions, please contact Foundation Manager, Mary Dial, by phone at 210-249-4498 or via email here.

About our speaker:

Becky Butler CapChief Operating Officer,  GenCure

Becky Cap, a 20-year veteran of the life sciences industry, was named chief operating officer of San Antonio-based GenCure in February, 2016. GenCure, a subsidiary of BioBridge Global, is focused on providing and developing regenerative medicine and cellular therapy products.  GenCure’s mission is to realize the potential of donated human cells and tissue to save and enhance lives.

Cap, a native of Texas, earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University. She began her career at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, where she gained clinical, laboratory and regulatory experience. 

While pursuing her MBA at Boston University’s Health Care Management Program, she moved to industry and began working for Eidetics, a consulting firm focused on informing biomedical product development, where her focus was largely on oncology product development.  She also has run her own consulting firm and worked with a number of local startups.

Cap has provided strategic guidance for the development of pharmaceuticals and extensive entrepreneurial coaching.  She is an active member of local and national committees on Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy.  Additionally, Cap is a co-founder and founding president of San Antonio TechBoosters, a 501(c)6 organization established to mentor student entrepreneurs.