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April 05th 2017:Pioneering Female Entrepreneurship and Business Success Against the Odds

At a time when few women were in leadership roles, let alone starting their own companies, Sheila Liberman pioneered an entirely new industry. Founding her pharmacist staffing company in 1980, people told her it would never be a real business. By 2008, RPh on the GO USA was earning $35 million in revenues and was the largest pharmacist staffing business in that niche in the country, doing business in 46 states and in Quam and the Virgin Islands. Prior to the sale of her company, Sheila endured a healthcare crisis of her own, her response to which helped usher her into the next chapter of her

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Sheila Liberman

Trained as a pharmacist, Sheila Liberman created RPh on the Go USA, Inc. in 1980 and operated it as CEO until 2008. This innovative company pioneered the concept of placing temporary pharmacists in positions around the country and was the largest pharmacist staffing company in the USA when it sold in June 2008. Sheila’s desire to help people in life was demonstrated by her company’s Purpose, Vision and Mission statement Future, Love and Family and a vision to be at the forefront of the service economy while staying true to its mission of total quality. Sheila now uses her healthcare knowledge and desire to help others realize good health and is focused on bridging the gap between western
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