Traigh Groover is a partner and a leader in the bio-pharma practice for Clarkston Consulting. In this capacity, Traigh analyzes market trends to develop valuable solutions to help biotech companies navigate the increasingly complex regulatory and economic environments.
For over 20 years, Traigh has worked with clients to help them discover and deliver effective, efficient, and creative solutions for their challenges. His areas of focus include program management, operational and system strategies, vendor selections, process definition, regulatory compliance, organizational effectiveness, and system deployment.
Prior to joining Clarkston Consulting, Traigh was a manager at Booz Allen Hamilton where he worked with leaders in various government agencies and managed the threat assessment efforts posed to the country’s National Security and Emergency Preparedness communications infrastructure.
Traigh was named winner of Triangle Business Journal’s 2017 Life Sciences Award. Traigh is also a founding board member of the Ruth Wallace Foundation and has been appointed to the Pamplin Business Marketing Industry Mentoring Board at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Traigh received a B.S. in electrical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.