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Envigo Appoints President and CEO
Jul 27 2016 Read 1444 Times
Joining the Board of Directors of Envigo, Dr Adrian Hardy was announced as President and Chief Executive Officer effective since the beginning of July. Since 2002, Dr Hardy has held various roles of increasing responsibility in Sales, Strategic Marketing and Operations, most recently serving as COO. Dr Hardy holds a BSc in Human Biology from King’s College London and a PhD in Developmental Biology from University College London.
In related moves, Brian Cass, previously CEO, became Executive Chairman and Andrew Baker, who formally held the post, has become Chairman Emeritus and remains a Board Member.
Adrian Hardy commented “I’m delighted and extremely proud to be taking on this role at such an exciting time for Envigo and the research community. I’ve worked closely with Andrew and Brian during my time with the company and would like to thank them for their contributions to making Envigo the world class company it is today. Their vision and leadership has positioned our Company as a market leader, and I look forward to continuing to work with them in their new roles as we strive to build on the growth and success of Envigo.”
The company also appointed Patricia Henahan as Chief Financial Officer. With experience including leadership roles at Eli Lilly, AstraZeneca, MedImmune and Hospira, she brings expertise in financial analysis, strategic planning, R&D and operations.
In the US, Scott Schulz became Director of Operations with responsibility for the company's North American Research Model Services (RMS). His direction of operational performance includes meeting best-in-class quality, high levels of productivity and maintaining animal welfare with a focus on health status and genetics, as well as fulfilling customer requirements.
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