Jean-Claude "JC" Kyrillos

Jean-Claude "JC" Kyrillos serves as the SDBB Chairman effective January 1, 2020. He is a long-time medical device and digital health executive. Most recently he served as the senior vice president and general manager for Qualcomm Life until it was acquired by private equity investor Francisco Partners in 2019. In this role, he had responsibility for the company's worldwide operating units and driving operational excellence across the company. Mr. Kyrillos has 30 years of diversified business experience, including 15 years of executive leadership in the medical device industry serving acute care, homecare, and diagnostics. Prior to joining Qualcomm Life, he was the worldwide vice president and general manager of BD’s (Becton Dickinson) global Infusion Solutions business (previously SVP CareFusion). In this role, he led BD’s Alaris infusion pump systems, including embedded and enterprise software with over billion in annual revenues and ~5,000 global employees. Before BD/CareFusion, Mr. Kyrillos was president, ResMed Ventures and Initiatives and previously co-leader for ResMed, Americas, focused on sleep-disordered breathing, including obstructive sleep apnea. Mr. Kyrillos was the 16th employee and later Chief Operating Officer of GeneOhm Sciences a venture capital backed molecular diagnostics company focusing on rapid response diagnostic tests for infectious disease. GeneOhm was purchased by BD in 2006. Earlier in his career he held several positions at Honeywell International, including finance leader for a mil in annual revenues electronic materials business where he was based for three years in Hong Kong. Mr. Kyrillos serves on the Board of Directors for the Sharp Healthcare Foundation and serves as a student mentor for children who are the first generation from their family to attend college via A Bridge for Kids and the Georgetown Scholarship Program. He earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA with Honors in History from Colgate University. Mr. Kyrillos joined the Board in 2016.

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