Anjali Joshi is an accomplished technology executive and electrical engineer who has held important leadership roles in several high-growth companies. Joshi is an eleven year veteran at Google, Inc. where she served as Vice President for Product Management. During her tenure at Google she led teams on marquee Google products such as Search and adapted cutting edge technologies to solve major healthcare issues in underserved populations. Ms. Joshi received her B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from IIT Kanpur in 1981. Following it, she went to the USA and obtained her master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the State University of New York and another master’s in Engineering Management from Stanford University.
“Current & Future challenges in BioSciences – Personal and Corporate outlook”
When: April 18, 2002
Deborah J. Neff
President of BD Biosciences
Deborah J. Neff has over 22 years of experience in the life sciences and is currently worldwide President for BD Biosciences. Ms. Neff has a Bachelor of Science in Physiology from the University of California-Davis, is a Medical Technologist, and completed the Grad uate Program in Immunohematology at Memorial Hospital Medical Center. Prior to joining BD, Ms. Neff was Director of Manufacturing for Cooper Biomedical Inc. and then Director of Operations for Organon-Teknika Corporation. In 1988, Ms. Neff joined BD as Director of Reagent Operations for what is now BD Biosciences Immunocytometry Systems.
Since then, Ms. Neff has held several positions within BD, including President BD Biosciences Immunocytometry Systems and Discovery Labware. In 2000, Ms. Neff became worldwide President for BD Biosciences. In addition to her responsibilities at BD, Ms. Neff is a member of the Board of Directors for the California Healthcare Institute and the Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group.