President of Southern California Biomedical Council
Ahmed Enany is president of the Southern California Biomedical Council (SoCalBio), the trade association he founded in 1995 to promote the life-science industry in Southern California. Over the years, he has built SoCalBio into one of the nation’s largest member-supported regional associations supporting life science research, development, manufacturing and job creation. Enany develops programs to help emerging life science firms gain access potential partners and business support services. He also promotes technology transfer and workforce training.
With its HQ located in Los Angeles, the Southern California Biomedical Council (SoCalBio) is the one of the largest regional trade associations of life-science industry in the Greater Los Angeles. SoCalBio provides investment % financing, tech transfer, talent training services and advocacy for the organizations involved with biomedical & health product research and manufacture, to promote the industrial development in Southern California.