Board of Directors
Mr. Jain joined the Company in February 2014 as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
Dr. Lopez, has held various offices and served as a director of the Company since its founding in 1984 with some interruptions in service. He is the founder of the Company and served as Chairman of the Board, President and CEO from 1989 to 2013. Dr. Lopez's contributions to the Board include his knowledge of the day-to-day operations of the Company, particularly in the areas of research, product development and manufacturing processes. His extensive experience with the Company and industry knowledge provides an invaluable insight to the Board on issues involving the Company and its goals.
Dr. Swinney, has been a director since 1998 and previously served as a director from 1989 to October 1995. He is a member of the Compensation Committee and the Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee. Dr. Swinney has more than 30 years experience as a critical care physician in a large, public teaching hospital, where he has formerly served as the critical care unit director and Chair of the ICU Committee. Dr. Swinney also has as experience in private primary care practice and emergency medicine. He holds two patents for medical products and, in his daily work, is frequently called upon to examine and evaluate new medical products. Additionally, the Board benefits from Dr. Swinney's work with patents, which has provided him with a high level of technical expertise and as well as his ongoing work, which has ensured that he is at the forefront of new developments in medical technology.
Mr. Greenberg, is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of HomeThrive, Inc., a venture capital backed business providing services for seniors and their families, to further enable seniors to live at home as long and healthy as possible with dignity. Prior to co-founding HomeThrive, David served as Executive Vice President of Strategy and Group President for Medline Industries, a $12 billion company. As Executive Vice President of Strategy, David’s responsibilities included Strategy, Business Development, and M&A. As Group President, David ran Medline’s distribution business (~$5B), and several manufacturing and marketing divisions ($500M+).
Mr. Greenberg has also held several senior leadership positions at Aon Corporation. David served as CFO of a multibillion-dollar business unit, CEO of a $1B+ Auto Finance division, and was responsible for AON’s ~$2B Private Equity Portfolio. He also worked as a Corporate Attorney in Chicago and Lead Director of ICU Medical. Currently, David is involved in several charitable organizations and lives in the Chicago suburbs with his wife and three daughters.
Elisha Finney served as Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Varian Medical Systems (“Varian”) for 29 years. Ms. Finney joined Varian in 1988 and assumed a wide variety of finance functions over her 29 years with the company. Ms. Finney also serves on the Board of Directors of iRobot Corporation and has served on the Board of Directors of Laserscope Inc., Thoratec Corporation, Altera Corporation, and Varex Imaging Corporation.
Mr. Abbey is currently serving as Executive Vice President, Quality and Information Technology at Dexcom, Inc. (“Dexcom”). Mr. Abbey joined Dexcom in May of 2016. Initially, upon joining Dexcom Mr. Abbey was Executive Vice President, Quality until January of 2017 when he was promoted to his current position. Prior to joining Dexcom, Mr. Abbey was with Becton Dickinson (who acquired CareFusion Corporation in 2015 and which was spun out of Cardinal Health in 2009 (collectively, “BD”)) from 2007. Mr. Abbey served in many roles over his years at BD including most recently as the Senior Vice President, Quality and Regulatory. Prior to his time at BD, Mr. Abbey held senior quality and regulatory affairs and general management positions with Respironics, Welch Allyn and Philips Healthcare. Mr. Abbey began his career at Varian Medical and Boston Scientific holding positions with increasing responsibility in research and development and quality.
Mr. Hoffmeister served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Life Technologies Corp. from 2004 to 2014. Prior to joining Life Technologies, Mr. Hoffmeister was a senior partner with McKinsey & Co., focusing on health care, private equity and chemicals industries. Before joining McKinsey, Mr. Hoffmeister held financial positions at GTE Corp. and W.R. Grace and Co. Mr. Hoffmeister currently serves on the boards of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and has since November of 2014. Mr. Hoffmeister currently serves on the Board of Directors of Glaukos Corp. and has since 2014. Mr. Hoffmeister also serves on the Board of Directors for Celanese Corp. since 2005.