James G. Bilder

Title: Clinical Specialist
Company: Genentech
Location: Palos Heights, Illinois, United States

James Bilder, Clinical Specialist at Genentech, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in biotechnology.

Since 1996, Mr. Bilder has served as a Senior Clinical Specialist for the biotechnology manufacturing company Genentech. With several decades of experience of providing support and management, he also brings his expertise to the classroom. Since 2001, he has served as an adjunct faculty in the business department at Moraine Valley Community College. Prior to these roles, Mr. Bilder exceeded expectations as a specialty manager for Bristol-Myers Squibb and as the Director of Public Relations for Healthstop.

Driven by curiosity, Mr. Bilder first earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Lewis University in 1981. Upon graduating, he worked in public relations and became interested in how things worked on the business end. He later enrolled in Loyola University and earned a Master of Science from Quinlan School of Business in 1986. In addition to his academic achievements, Mr. Bilder is a First Degree Dan (Black Belt) in Tae Kwan Do. In 2001, he also received the Martin Luther King Award for Outstanding Mayor from SEIU Local 73. On a civic level, he has been involved in his community in a variety of ways, such as being President of the Village of Worth, IL, and a member of the village board of trustees and on the board of trustees for the Worth Public Library and the Worth School District 127.

Mr. Bilder has also become known for his achievements in chronicling the military history and has published a number of works in magazines. He has published such works as Artillery Scout, the Story of A Forward Observer with the US Field Artillery in WWI, A Foot Soldier for Patton, the Story of a Red Diamond Infantryman with the US Third Army, The Swastika vs the Shamrock and Flying with the Fifteenth Air Force among many other pieces. In 2014, he was a finalist for the Army Historical Associations Distinguished Writing Award for Artillery Scout. Furthermore, his military interest has lead to affiliation with the WWI Commission for Northern Illinois, the Military Writers Society of America, the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, Cantigny Park, Society of the Fifth Infantry Division and Knights of Columbus.

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