You get the benefit of having all of the work being performed by the Principals.
Prior to reSourcing, Chris had over 23 years of Finance and Accounting experience and served in a variety of financial leadership positions for Schering-Plough Corporation, Pharmacia Corporation, and ETHICON, a Johnson & Johnson company. In his last role, Chris was a Senior Finance Director at Schering-Plough Corporation with financial responsibility for the $4.5 billion Global Specialty Care Franchise. Chris’ experiences include financial planning and analysis, budgeting, forecasting, strategic planning, and partnering with procurement organizations on major cost reduction initiatives.
Chris received a BS in Finance from Boston College and an MBA from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business.
Frank provides 25 years of executive experience in sales, marketing, and management with consumer products companies including Pillsbury and as VP of Sales and Marketing for Cadbury Biscuits North America. He also worked at technology companies EMC and Symantec and, prior to reSourcing, was the VP of Sales and Marketing for Metalogix Software. He uses his extensive experience in budgeting, expense control, international procurement, and contract negotiation while working with clients and in negotiations with suppliers.
Frank holds a BS from Boston College and an MBA from Babson College’s F.W. Olin’s Graduate School of Business.
Matt brought to reSourcing a combination of more than 20 years of Business Development and Finance experience, principally among the Johnson & Johnson family of companies. Prior to reSourcing, Matt was Vice President of Business Development for Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, J&J’s $2B diagnostic division. In that function, he led a team responsible for all licensing and acquisition activities, including being the lead negotiator for more than thirty licenses and several acquisitions. Matt’s prior experience includes roles at Johnson & Johnson Corporate Finance and Price Waterhouse.
Matt holds a BS from Villanova’s School of Business.