Ed was CFO of Mylan, Inc., from 2002 until 2009 where he helped transform the company from a U.S. –based generic business to one of the largest generic pharmaceutical companies in the world, operating in more than 60 countries. During his tenure at Mylan, the company grew revenue from $900 million to more than $4.5 billion through the combination of organic growth and acquisition, including a $7 billion acquisition of Merck Generics in 2007, as well as a $750 million acquisition of Matrix, the largest in the Indian pharmaceutical industry at the time. He joined CareFusion, a medical device and technology company, a spin off from Cardinal Health in May 2009. Ed helped to lead the spin from Cardinal which included the strategy, financing, investor base preparation, build out of functions, and assimilating multiple businesses into a single company platform. Additionally, Ed was integral to the development of the business strategy as CareFusion developed its stand-alone business model.
Prior to Mylan, Ed was vice president of global finance and information technology of consumer healthcare at Pharmacia Corporation. He also held various senior financial positions at American Home Products (Wyeth).
Ed is a Trustee of Allegheny College and serves on its Executive Committee. He is also the Audit Committee Chair for the Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito, San Diego County, California.