Alamo PMI September 2018 Monthly Meeting

September 26, 2018
5:30 PM CDT - 8:30 PM CDT
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Norris Convention Center
618 NW Loop 410, Suite #207
San Antonio, TX 78216
http://norriscenters.com
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Monthly Chapter Meeting – 1.5 PDUs

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  • $30 for members (pre-registered)
  • $40 for non-members (pre-registered)
  • $45 at the door

 

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TITLEBioBridge Global: A Case Study

DATE: September 26, 2018

OVERVIEW: How strategic use of project management created real value and moved BioBridge Global forward.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Alamo PMI Members and Guests

TALENT TRIANGE AREA:  Strategic & Business Management

SPEAKER BIO: 

Martin "Marty" J. Landon has 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry.  Landon has held senior positions in public and private companies and is recognized for building and leading high-performance teams and value-creating initiatives.  In 2016, he joined BioBridge Global as chief executive officer. Landon serves on the board of BioMed SA and the San Antonio Medical Foundation.

 

Landon began his career as an internal auditor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and later was an auditor for four years at public accounting firm Arthur Andersen & Co.   In 1987, Landon joined Intelogic Trace, a NYSE-traded firm, where he was appointed chief financial officer.

 

From 1994 to 2012, Landon was an executive at Kinetic Concepts, Inc., now Acelity, a global medical device company, where he led numerous acquisitions, financial and securities transactions.  He developed major process improvements and IT initiatives that contributed to extraordinary growth, culminating in a $6.3B leveraged buyout. During his tenure at KCI, annual revenues increased from $250 million to nearly $2 billion.

 

Prior to his current role, Landon served as president and CEO of CeloNova BioSciences, Inc., an early-stage, innovative medical device company that develops, manufactures and sells products with multiple vascular applications. Landon remains a member of the CeloNova board of directors.

 

Landon was a licensed Certified Public Accountant from 1984 to 2010 and received his BA in accounting from Benedictine College in Kansas. Landon is a member of the advisory council of SAMMinistries in San Antonio, TX, chair of the UTSA research external advisory council and a member of the board of visitors at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX.  

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