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Robert A. Essner

Born: 26-Oct-1947
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Wyeth, 2002-07

Father: Arthur Essner
Mother: Charlotte E. Levy
Wife: Rosalind (div., two children)
Wife: Anne (three children)

    University: BA, Miami University of Ohio
    University: MA, University of Chicago
    Administrator: Overseer, School of Nursing-University of Pennsylvania

    Wyeth CEO (2002-07)
    American Home Products CEO (2001-02)
    American Home Products President (2000-)
    American Home Products COO (2000-01 and later in 2002)
    American Home Products EVP (1997-2000)
    American Home Products President of Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmacueticals (1997)
    American Home Products President of Wyeth-Ayerst (1993-97)
    American Home Products EVP of Wyeth-Ayerst (1991-93)
    American Home Products Senior VP Sales/Marketing of Wyeth-Ayerst (1989-91)
    Sandoz President of Sandoz Consumer HealthCare Group (1987-89)
    Sandoz VP and COO Business Management (1987)
    Sandoz VP (1986-87)
    Sandoz (1978-86)
    Member of the Board of American Home Products (1997-2001)
    Member of the Board of Massachusetts Mutual Life (2002-)
    Member of the Board of Wyeth (2001-, as Chairman, 2003-)
    Philadelphia Museum of Art Corporate Board Member
    Bush-Cheney '04
    The Business Council
    Business Roundtable
    Children's Health Fund Chairman of Corporate Council
    Committee for Economic Development Trustee
    Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy
    Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board
    National Republican Congressional Committee
    Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Board of Directors


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