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Stephany Lapierre is the founder and CEO of tealbook. Prior to tealbook, Stephany spent 10 years building a successful strategic sourcing consulting firm; helping Fortune 500 and emerging companies efficiently find and identify qualified global suppliers able to meet their demand. Based on her experience, she built and launched tealbook in 2014, which allows the enterprise to take disparate sources of data and aggregate them in a centralized platform that reduces process and user friction through accelerated access to qualified incumbent and trusted new suppliers.
Stephany is a regular guest and author of several procurement podcasts and blogs such as Art of Procurement, Buyers Meeting Point and Procurious. She speaks at procurement conferences on procurement's ability to positively impact their organization through access to collective intelligence and accelerated supplier discovery. She has been recognized as an influencer by PharmaVOICE 100, won several awards for her innovative approach to aggregating and accessing trusted supplier intelligence.
JOB TITLE: CEO, Board of Director
INDUSTRY: Health Care & Pharmaceuticals
CURRENT LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY: CEO
September 2014 - Present | Toronto
Leveraging 15 years of healthcare and RFP management experience as well as her extensive industry relationships to quickly make tealbook the most robust, credible and valuable source of supplier information for healthcare companies and the industry. tealbook is the only online comprehensive supplier knowledge management platform. In 2016, tealbook entered into a partnership with D&B to bring million of suppliers from their global commercial database into tealbook. tealbook already includes a large numbers of biotech companies, quickly centralizing supplier intelligence for the lifescience industry and increasing procurement's scale and productivity.
Board of Director
January 2008 - Present | Boston
Matchbook (founded in 2007) offers on demand strategic sourcing and procurement services to fast growing emerging companies with limited resources, tight timelines and extensive outsourcing requirements.
University of Guelph
Bachelor of Commerce of Marketing Management
1997 - 2000