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About Caitlin Brunner

Caitlin Brunner is the Content Marketing and Social Media Strategist at BoardBookit.

Improving Medical Collaboration with Clinical Advisory Boards Software

Improving Medical Collaboration with Clinical Advisory Boards Software The relationship between pharmaceutical companies and medical stakeholders is often scrutinized by the public due to rising drug prices and ethical matters. Clinical Advisory Boards are one area to help build transparency, stifle ethical concerns, and [...]

Going Green: Growing Cannabis Corporate Governance From the Ground Up

Going Green: Growing Cannabis Corporate Governance From the Ground Up Marijuana legalization is sweeping across the country at a rapid pace forcing industry entrepreneurs to grow as fast as the products they produce. This highly regulated industry is impacting a variety of markets including [...]

Going Overboard: Leveraging Board Portals for Directors Holding Multiple Board Seats

Going Overboard: Leveraging Board Portal Software for Directors Holding Multiple Board Seats Board directors have often accrued a lifetime of business experience allowing them to serve on multiple boards simultaneously by lending their sage expertise to multiple organizations. For years, stakeholders have queried about [...]

The Critical Role of a Secure Board Portal for the Chief Information Security Officer

The Critical Role of a Secure Board Portal for the Chief Information Security Officer The globally connected society organizations function in today has made it necessary to address, combat, and prevent cybersecurity threats. At the board level, companies are attempting to keep their members, [...]

The Emerging Role of Board Cybersecurity Risk Management

The Emerging Role of Board Cybersecurity Risk Management Cyber crimes and data breaches are daily occurrences on media outlets worldwide. The ever-increasing army of hackers breaking through firewalls, selling credit card information, and offering up sensitive documents is, unfortunately, becoming the norm. “Boards increasingly [...]