Ron Guido is an independent consultant in the health care industry specializing in business development, marketing and supply chain management.
Ron has 36 years experience with Johnson & Johnson. He has held vice president level positions in the areas of operations, sales, product marketing, international marketing, new business development, information technology and general management.
Ron served on the management board of the Ethicon, Inc. division of Johnson & Johnson and led the creation of a start-up business unit dedicated to minimally-invasive cardiac surgery. He is highly regarded in the industry for his pioneering work with surgeons and other medical professionals in the area of device development.
His most recent role was vice president, Global Brand Protection and Supply Chain Integrity for Johnson & Johnson, where his group was responsible for anti-counterfeiting programs and policies. He continues to consult with government agencies on the topic of supply chain security.
He is a board member for a charitable medical organization known as Operation Smile, an advisor to the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies at Farleigh Dickinson University, and an instructor with the Rutgers University Strategic Health Care mini-M.B.A.™ program. He also donates his time to entrepreneurs who are focused on the convergence of IT and healthcare. Ron holds three patents for medical devices.
Ron has an undergraduate degree in industrial engineering from Rutgers University and a master's in management engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.