United States of America
During the past decade Mr. Selby successfully led the growth, development and sale of three healthcare companies: TransForm Pharmaceuticals (where he was CEO), acquired by Johnson & Johnson in 2005; Windhover Information (where he was Executive Chairman), acquired by Reed Elsevier, in 2008, and Physicians Interactive (where he was Founder and Executive Chairman), acquired by Merck in 2013. Mr. Selby spent the bulk of his career (1978 – 1997) at McKinsey & Company where he was Director (Senior Partner) in the firm’s New York office. He held several leadership roles at McKinsey, including head of the firm’s Global Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products Practice. From 1987-1989, Mr. Selby took a leave of absence from McKinsey to serve as Chief Operating Officer of the New York Blood Center, the largest community blood organization in the country, where he led its financial and operational turnaround. After McKinsey he went to Citicorp/Citigroup as an Executive Vice President.
financial and operational