Editorial Article: SelectScience accelerates product innovation with appointment of first Chief Solutions Officer

Zina Pearce joins the SelectScience team as CSO

14 Sep 2022


Zina Pearce, Chief Solutions Officer at SelectScience
Zina Pearce, Chief Solutions Officer at SelectScience

SelectScience®, a leading scientific publishing company,  is continuing to drive innovation in the industry with the appointment of a new Chief Solutions Officer (CSO).

For the past 24 years, SelectScience has transformed global scientific communications and digital marketing as it continues to provide laboratory scientists with the important technology information required to make purchasing decisions. The appointment of Zina Pearce ensures that the company will continue to work at the forefront of scientific publishing.

Technology and data transformation is essential to keep pace with advances, especially when working with the cutting-edge of scientific industries. Scientific publishing is no different, and SelectScience is embracing these challenges.

Speaking about this exciting development, Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Parker says, “We are delighted that Zina is joining our leadership team. Her wealth of experience in technology and data will enable us to build our capabilities to create further value to the scientists and manufacturers that we serve.”

New CSO, Zina Pearce says, “SelectScience is on an exciting journey with technology at the heart of its growth plan. I am delighted to join the team and help fulfil business potential, maximizing the value to be found in SelectScience's data, systems, and the talented people behind them.”

Zina has worked for many years in software, technology, and data in several industries, including publishing. Her experience includes corporate systems and online print and digital platforms. Her most recent focus has been in responsible AI and innovation, particularly data science and machine learning. The common thread throughout her years of experience has been managing and maximizing value from data.

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