Heather Manchin Bresch ( née Manchin; born June 27, 1969) is an American business executive. In 2012, she was named as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company Mylan, becoming the first woman to run a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. Bresch retired in 2020, upon the closing of Mylan’s combination with Upjohn.
Dec 19, 2021 · On June 27, 1969, Heather Bresch initially opened her gorgeous pair of eyes. She was born in the United States of America, in Morgantown, West Virginia. Every year on June 27th, she celebrates her birthday. Heather will be 52 years old in 2021. She was born under the sign of Cancer. Heather was given the name Heather Manchin as a child.
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Bresch told Forbes in 2012 that "more women at the top are needed to shrink the ambition gap." Given her $38.9 million compensation over the past two years, her point is well taken. Forbes Lists...
Oct 05, 2021 · October 5, 2021 Heather Manchin Bresch (Born: June 27, 1969 | Age: 52) is an American business executive. In 2012, she was named as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company Mylan. Bresch retired in 2020, upon the closing of Mylan’s combination with Upjohn.
- She Is Incredibly Wealthy. During her time at Mylan, Bresch’s pay rose a whopping 670 percent. That alone might not sound like much by in 2015 her pay was more than 18 million dollars.
- She Has Other Powerful Relatives. To start with, her husband is one of the most successful lawyers in America, running his own firm. The firm has more than 2500 lawyers and a revenue in the billions.
- She Led Many Mergers. During her time as leader of Mylan, she took part in a popular trend taking hold of the industry. With growth being relatively slow, pharma companies accelerate growth by buying other companies and merging with them.
- Her Father Is A Famous Politician. The father of Bresch is current Democratic senator for West Virginia Joe Manchin. The former governor of West Virginia, Manchin has been involved in politics for decades.
Sep 07, 2021 · Heather Bresch, the former president and CEO of the drugmaker Mylan, worked directly with the CEO of Pfizer to keep prices of the company’s EpiPen product artificially high, according to new...
Oct 01, 2016 · Mylan CEO Heather Bresch faced a storm of public shaming which included a four-hour Congressional hearing, where she testified about raising the price of EpiPens to $600. She joins the hated Pharma...