A sales representative for the pharmaceutical industry for nearly 15 years, Loretta Vecciarelli has worked with a diverse range of customers throughout her career. As a sales representative with Publicis Touchpoint Solutions, Loretta Vecciarelli remains informed and knowledgeable on all current medical topics related to the company’s products. Since the spring of 2009, Loretta Vecciarelli has promoted Pfizer Inc.'s Lipitor, statins, and Chantix to area cardiologists and internal medicine physicians. Formerly a valued component of pharmaceutical company NovaQuest, Inc., Loretta Vecciarelli commanded sales in Westchester, Upper Manhattan, and the Bronx regions of New York. In this role, Loretta Vecciarelli served as the representative for Lilly USA, LLC’s anti-psychotic Zyprexa, as well as the ADHD medication Strattera. While serving as a Medical Service Representative for King Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Loretta Vecciarelli purveyed Altace, Avinza, and Skelaxin to a wide range of medical professionals, including cardiologists, neurologists, endocrinologists, internal medicine physicians, and pain specialists. Over the years, Loretta Vecciarelli earned certification in Sonata, a sleep agent; Thrombin-JMI, a coagulant; and Synercid injectable, an antibiotic. She also witnessed surgical procedures, such as craniotomies, hip replacements, knee replacements, and carotid endarterectomies. Loretta Vecciarelli additionally garnered certification for Prefest and Menest hormone replacement therapies. Based in the New York Metropolitan area, Loretta Vecciarelli enjoys museums and world travel, and participates in a women’s empowerment group. An avid reader, she frequently chooses books by writers such as Harper Lee, Robert Frost, and Ernest Hemingway or scientific writings such as Plague Time: The New Germ Theory of Disease, The Cell Doctrine: Its History and Present State, or The Electromagnetic Field. Educated at Iona College, Loretta Vecciarelli received a Bachelor of Arts in International Business and Spanish. She remains fluent in both Spanish and Italian.