Kathleen Mayes served as the first clinical pharmacist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia—one of many career milestones. Longing to see the business side of pharmaceuticals, she went on to become the medical director of Sieber and McIntyre, a division of McCann Ericson, and later helped launch Integrated Communications Corp. and Applied Clinical Communications—two incredibly successful businesses. Mayes credits USciences for encouraging her to think and problem solve. “The University provides tremendous opportunities,” she says. “During rotations, you learn what you love. You develop an ability to think and study independently.” Fittingly, her legacy has been honored through the Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy, where future entrepreneurs have the opportunity to follow in her footsteps.