Kenneth Weisshaar


Sensatex, Inc., 2000-Present. Chief Operating Officer, Chief Strategic Officer. Led business operations for start-up in wireless vital-signs monitoring including business and product planning, marketing partnerships and fund-raising.

Becton Dickinson and Company, 1988-2000. Officer for $3.4 billion medical devices and diagnostics company.
-1998-1999 Chief Financial Officer
-1996-1998 President, Worldwide Consumer Health Care. Defended 90% U.S. market share in global $500 million diabetes care business. Increased share in competitive European, Asian and Latin American markets. Negotiated and managed partnerships with technology companies.
-1994-1996 Sector President. Significantly increased profit of global $300 million biosciences sector. Part of leadership group that redefined BD's strategy and significantly increased ROE. Led creation of corporate marketing and supply chain divisions for medical businesses.
-1992-1994 President, BD Division. Led $500 million global medical supplies business and grew sales by 10% per year. Developed and marketed new category of products for healthcare worker protection.
-1988-1992 VP, Corporate Planning and Development.

McKinsey & Company, Inc., 1982-1988. Consulted on business strategy, marketing, technology and operations for a broad range of manufacturing companies.

Raychem Corporation, 1974-1982. Assignments in operations, finance, marketing and sales for high-growth technology company.


Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 1972-1974 MBA

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968-1972 B.S. in Chemical Engineering