Milwaukee-based Mortara Instrument, Inc. recently announced that Margaret Mucha, director of global regulatory affairs, was named a fellow by the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society.
RAPS fellows are chosen based on their exceptional professional employment history, significant contributions to the profession and pursuit of continuing education. Only 98 of more than 14,000 worldwide RAPS members have achieved fellow status.
As a fellow, Mucha’s responsibilities include leading RAPS and the regulatory profession, developing future RAPS leadership and mentoring junior RAPS members. As a fellow, Mucha will also participate in forums covering key issues and trends facing the regulatory profession.
Mucha has more than 25 years of experience in the field of regulatory affairs, with more than nine years in the medical device industry. Mucha received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and her Masters of Jurisprudence from Loyola University in Chicago.
Mortara Instrument, Inc.
7865 N. 86th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53224