– Board of Directors: Average Age (65); Council on Foreign Relations (2/12); Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (2/12); Former J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (2/12); Former The Procter & Gamble Company (2/12); Freemason and Trilateral Commission (1/12).
– Pfizer supports the United Nations Global Compact.
– Funder of RAND Compare.
– Member of The Corporate Council on Africa.
– Corporate member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Dennis A. Ausiello, M.D. (1945-)
– Member of Audit Committee, Science and Technology Committee and Corporate Governance Committee since December 2006.
– Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital since 1996.
– President of the Association of American Physicians (2006).
– Member of the Institute of Medicine and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
– Director of MicroCHIPS (drug delivery technology).
– Advisor to the Chairman of the Board of TIAX (formerly Arthur D. Little).
– BS Biochemical Sciences from Harvard University (1967); MD from University of Pennsylvania (1971).
Michael Stuart Brown, M.D. (1941-)
– Chair of Science and Technology Committee and member of Corporate Governance Committee since 1996.
– Chair in Biomedical Sciences since 1989 and Regental Professor since 1985 at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.
– Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1985), and National Medal of Science (1988).
– Member of the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (London), Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American College of Physicians, American Heart Association, American Society for Cell Biology, American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Society of Biological Chemists, Association of American Physicians, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
– Director of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.
– Cheltenham High School; BS Chemistry (1962) and MD from University of Pennsylvania (1966).
Mitchel Anthony Burns (1942-)
– Member of Audit Committee, Corporate Governance Committee and Executive Committee since 1988.
– President (1979-1999); Chairman of the Board (1985-2002); Chief Executive Officer (1983-2000); Chairman Emeritus (2002) of Ryder System Inc.
– Director of The Black & Decker Corporation (2001), J.C. Penney Company Inc. (1981), JP Morgan Chase (1990), and Park City Center for Public Policy.
– Trustee of the University of Miami and the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts.
– Advisory Board of Oquirrh Institute.
– Member of Romney for President.
– Co-Chairman of the Business Roundtable (1998-2001).
– Dixie State College of Utah; BS from Brigham Young University (1964); MBA from University of California at Berkeley (1965).
Robert N. Burt (1937-)
– Member of Compensation Committee and Science and Technology Committee since 2000.
– General Manager of Defense Systems Group (1983-1988); Vice President (1978-1988); Executive Vice President (1988-1990); Board of Directors (1989-2002); Chairman of the Board (1991-2001); President (1990-1993); Chief Executive Officer (1991-2001) of FMC Corporation.
– Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of FMC Technologies Inc. (2001).
– Life Trustee of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
– Member of Commercial Club of Chicago, DeMint for Senate Committee, Economic Club of Chicago, Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee, George W. Bush for President, Keep Our Mission PAC, McCain Victory Committee, American Chemistry Council, America’s Foundation, Bush-Cheney 2000, Bush-Cheney ’04.
– Member of the Board of Janus Capital Group (2003-2005).
– At Mobil, Chemetron Corporation and Phelps Dodge.
– BS Chemical Engineering from Princeton University (1959) and MBA from Harvard Business School (1964).
W. Don Cornwell (1948-)
– Chair of Audit Committee and member of Compensation Committee since 1997.
– Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer since 1988 of Granite Broadcasting Corporation.
– Director of CVS, Avon Products Inc., the Wallace Foundation, and the National Association of Broadcasters.
– Trustee of Jacob Javits Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (New York), Milton Hershey School, and Occidental College.
– Member of Obama for America, Obama for Illinois, McCain 2000, McCain for Senate ’98, Carol Moseley Braun for President, Gore 2000, Friends of Hillary, Hillary Clinton for President, John Kerry for President, John McCain 2008.
– Joined (1971-1976); Vice President (1976-1980); Vice President and COO Corporate Finance Department (1980-1988) at Goldman Sachs.
– BA from Occidental College (1969) and MBA from Harvard Business School (1971).
William Herbert Gray III (1941-)
– Chair of Corporate Governance Committee and member of Science and Technology Committee since 2000.
– Chairman of the Amani Group since August 2004.
– Pastor Emeritus of the Bright Hope Baptist Church in Philadelphia since June 2005.
– U.S. National Advisory Board of America-Israel Friendship League.
– Director of American Council for Capital Formation, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Dell Inc. (2000), J.P.Morgan Chase & Co. (1992), Prudential Financial Inc., Rockwell Automation, Viacom, EDS (1997-2004) and Visteon Corporation (2000).
– Senior Adviser at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.
– Member of Concord Coalition, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Benevolent & Protective Order of the Elks, Hillary Clinton for President, National Leadership PAC, Trilateral Commission.
– National Honorary Advisory Board of The Washington Center.
– Council of US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
– Silver Buffalo (1993), highest award conferred by the Boy Scouts of America.
– President and CEO of United Negro College Fund (1991-2004).
– Budget Committee Chair, House Majority Whip and Congressman from the Second District of Pennsylvania (1979-1991).
– Professor at Jersey City College (1968-1969), Rutgers University (1971), Montclair State College (1970-1972), and St. Peter’s College, Jersey City (1970-1974).
– MA Divinity from Drew Theological Seminary (1966); MA Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary (1970).
– Simon Gratz High School, Philadelphia (1959); BA from Franklin and Marshall College (1963).
Constance J. Horner (1942-)
– Director since 1993 and Lead Director since February 2007. Member of Corporate Governance Committee and member of Executive Committee.
– Guest Scholar (1993-2005) at The Brookings Institution, an organization devoted to nonpartisan research, education and publication in economics, government, foreign policy and the social sciences.
– Commissioner of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1993-1998).
– Assistant to President George H. W. Bush and Director of Presidential Personnel at the White House (1991-1993).
– Deputy Secretary of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1989-1991).
– Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (1985-1989).
– Director of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited and Prudential Financial Inc.
– Fellow of National Academy of Public Administration.
– Member of the Board of Trustees of the Prudential Foundation.
James M. Kilts (1948-)
– Member of Compensation Committee and Science and Technology Committee since September 2007.
– Director of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Meadwestvaco Corporation, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, International Executive Service Corps, National Association of Manufacturers, May Department Stores, MeadWestvaco (2006), The New York Times Company (2005-2008).
– Trustee of Knox College and the University of Chicago.
– Board of Overseers of Weill Cornell Medical College.
– International Advisory Board of Citigroup.
– Member of Romney for President, Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee, John Kerry for President, John McCain 2008, McCain-Palin Victory 2008, George W. Bush for President, Bush-Cheney ’04.
– Founding Partner of Centerview Partners Management LLC (2006).
– Vice Chairman of The Procter & Gamble Company (2005-2006).
– Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (2001-2005); President (2003-2005) of The Gillette Company.
– President and Chief Executive Officer of Nabisco Group Holdings Corporation (January 1998-December 1999), acquired by Philip Morris Companies (Altria).
– Executive Vice President Worldwide Food at Philip Morris (1994-1997).
– Joined General Foods (1970-1984); President of Kraft Limited Canada (1985-1987); Senior Vice President Strategy of Kraft General Foods (1987-1989); President of Kraft USA (1989-1994).
– BA History from Knox College (1970) and MBA from University of Chicago (1974).
George A. Lorch (1941-)
– Member of Compensation Committee and Science and Technology Committee since 2000.
– Board of Directors of Autoliv Inc., The Williams Companies Inc., HSBC Finance Co., and HSBC North America Holding Company, R.R. Donnelley & Sons (1997-2001), and Warner-Lambert (1997-2000).
– Chairman (1994-2000); President and Chief Executive Officer (1993-2000); Director (1988-2000); Chairman Emeritus (2000) of Armstrong World Industries Inc.
– Member of Bush-Cheney ’04, and Romney for President.
Dana G. Mead, Ph.D. (1936-)
– Chair of Compensation Committee and member of Science and Technology Committee since 1998.
– Chairman of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporation since July 2003.
– Lifetime Trustee of the Association of Graduates, U.S. Military Academy, West Point.
– National Board of Governors at Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
– Advisory Board of George C. Marshall Foundation.
– Member of Council on Foreign Relations, George W. Bush for President, McCain 2000, White House Fellows (1970-1971).
– Board of Directors of Cummins (1993-1996), Zürich Financial Services, Zurich Insurance Company (1997).
– Former Chairman of the Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers.
– Chairman of the Board of the Ron Brown Award for Corporate Leadership.
– Chairman of Tenneco Automotive Inc. and Pactiv Corporation (1999-2000).
– Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Tenneco Inc. (1994-1999).
– Various positions, Board of directors and Executive Vice President at International Paper (1978-1992).
– BS Engineering from US Military Academy, West Point (1957); PhD Political Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1967).
Suzanne Nora Johnson (1957-)
– Member of Audit Committee, Compensation Committee and Science and Technology Committee since September 2007.
– Health Board of RAND Corporation.
– Board of Directors of the American Red Cross, Brookings Institution, the Carnegie Institution for Science, the University of Southern California, Children NOW, American International Group Inc., Intuit (2007), and VISA (2007).
– Member of Council on Foreign Relations, Council for Excellence in Government, Bill Bradley for President, Hillary Clinton for President, Hillary Rodham Clinton for US Senate Committee, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
– Henry Crown Fellow of Aspen Institute.
– Trustee of University of Southern California, and Markle Foundation.
– Joined (1985-92); Partner (1992-2007); Co-Director Global Investment Research Division (2002-2004); Vice Chairman (2004-2007) of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
– BA Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Southern California (1979); JD from Harvard Law School.
Stephen W. Sanger (1946-)
– Since February 2009.
– Director of Minnesota Business Partnership, National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, Dayton Hudson (1996-2000), Donaldson Company, General Mills (1992), Grocery Manufacturers of America, Target Corporation (2000), Catalyst, and Wells Fargo & Company (2003).
– Trustee of Guthrie Theatre.
– Member of Bush-Cheney 2000, Bush-Cheney ’04, The Business Council, the Business Roundtable, The Conference Board, George W. Bush for President, John McCain 2008.
– Joined (1974-1983); Vice President and General Manager of Northstar Division (1983-1986); President of Yoplait USA (1986-1988); President of Big G Division (1988-1991); Senior Vice President (1989-1991); Executive Vice President (1991-1992); Vice Chairman (1992-1993); President (1993-1995); Chief Executive Officer (1995-2008) of General Mills Inc.
– Marketing and Sales at Procter & Gamble (1970-1974).
– BA History from DePauw University (1968) and MBA from University of Michigan (1970).
Henry A. McKinnell, Jr., Ph.D. (1943-)
– Joined Pfizer in Tokyo (1971); positions of increasing responsibility around the world; president of Pfizer Asia; country manager of Iran/Afghanistan; Vice president of strategic planning; Chief financial officer; President of device group; President of pharmaceuticals group; President and chief operating officer; President and chief executive officer; President (1999–2001); Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board (2001–2006).
– Member of the Boards of Directors of Pfizer Inc., Moody’s Corporation, and ExxonMobil Corporation.
– Member of the Academic Alliance and chairman of the Academic Alliance Foundation.
– Vice chairman of the World Economic Forum and Member of the World Economic Forum Foundation Board of Trustees.
– Chairman of the Connecticut Science Center.
– Chairman Emeritus of the Business Roundtable (association of 170 CEO’s of America’s largest companies), the Pharmaceutical Research Manufacturers Association, the Food and Drug Law Institute, and the Medical Device Manufacturers Association.
– Member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporation.
– Director of the Medal of Honor Foundation, the Business Council, the Royal Shakespeare Company of America, the Japan Society.
– Member of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Advisory Council.
– Member of the Boards of Trustees of the Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the New York City Public Library, and the New York City Police Foundation.
– Served on the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
– Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun; Islamic Republic of Pakistan‘s Sitara-i-Eisaar award; Presidential Distinguished Service Award for contributions to health services in Uganda; United Nations Association of the United States of America’s Global Leadership Award; Woodrow Wilson Institute Corporate Service Award, Columbia University‘s Teachers College Cleveland E. Dodge Medal for Distinguished Service to Education; Stanford University‘s Graduate School of Business/Excellence in Leadership Award; and honorary doctorate in engineering from Polytechnic University.
– Donated to George W. Bush, John Thune, Chuck Grassley, and others.
– Bachelor’s Degree in business from the University of British Columbia, and M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
William C. Steere, Jr. (1936-)
– Sales representative, variety of United States and international sales, marketing, and general management positions (1959-1982); Vice President (1982-1984); Executive Vice President (1984-1986); President of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals (1986-1990); President (1990-1991); Chairman of Board (1992-2001); Chief Executive Officer (1991-2001); Chairman Emeritus since July 2001.
– Director of Dow Jones (1997-2007), Texaco, MetLife Inc., Health Management Associates Inc., the New York University Medical Center, and the New York Botanical Garden.
– Member of the Board of Overseers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
– Member of Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Romney for President, Santorum 2006, National Republican Congressional Committee, National Republican Senatorial Committee, New Republican Majority Fund, Ashcroft 2000, Bill Bradley for President, The Business Council, Business Roundtable, Elizabeth Dole for President, Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee, George W. Bush for President, John McCain 2008, Keep Our Mission PAC.
– BS from Stanford University (1959).
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. (1927-2002)
– Controller (1964); Chairman and president of Pfizer International (1969); President (1971-1972), chairman (1972-1991) and CEO (1972-1991) of Pfizer, during which annual revenues grew from $1 billion to nearly $7 billion; director of the board until 1997.
– Leadership positions in the United Way, the Boys Clubs of America, and the Girl Scouts.
– Significant contributions to Long Island University (1998), to fund academic, computer, and library facilities and to Duke University (1999) which created the Pratt School of Engineering.
– Chairman of the Business Council of New York State, The Business Round Table, and the President’s Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations.
– Trustee of Duke University (1977-1988).
– Assistant Secretary for Financial Management for the U.S. Army during the Kennedy administration.
– From salesman to controller of IBM World Trade Corp. (1947-1961).
– Graduate of Duke University (1947) and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business (1949).