Paul Glyer has more than 30 years of experience as a healthcare executive. He is co-founder of IOI Partners, a global strategy consulting firm. Most of Paul’s healthcare career was spent with Beckman Coulter, Inc., a global medical device company. Paul joined Beckman Instruments in 1989 as assistant treasurer and was promoted to positions of increasing responsibility. As the head of global business development, he helped transform Beckman into a global leader in medical technology, more than tripling the company’s size in sales and enterprise value. He also led Beckman’s acquisition of Olympus Diagnostics, the largest industrial acquisition in Japan by a U.S. company. As senior vice president of strategy and business development and a member of the Office of the President, Paul played a key role in Beckman’s successful sale to Danaher Corporation in 2011. Prior to Beckman, Paul was vice president of administration for a digital imaging start-up and spent 10 years in various management positions in commercial banking. Paul graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance from California State University, Los Angeles and an executive master’s in business administration from Claremont Graduate School. He is a chartered financial analyst. Paul serves on the boards of Orgentec, Axalbion and Charityvest, and is co-founder of the 1 for 2 Education Foundation.