Erin Pascal, 40, and her two children, Allison, 4, and Andrew, 15 months, were found Christmas Day at the bottom of the Renaissance Park Garage at Northeastern University.
Pascal worked for Sanofi Genzyme, an international biotechnology company headquartered in Cambridge, as the company's director of social responsibility and community relations.
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A Sanofi Genzyme representative confirmed Pascal's position and that she had worked at the company since 2004.
"There’s not much we can say; we’re very limited about what we can say about the situation," company spokeswoman Ashleigh Koss told NBC News on Friday. "Our hearts are with her family."
Pascal graduated from Brown University in 2001 as Erin Emlock with a bachelor's degree in English, school officials confirmed Friday. She apparently took those skills to her position as a reporter for the Providence Journal.