Mike Sullivan is an Information Technology leader with more than 20 years of experience with global companies. Mike currently manages a $20 million technology portfolio for Bristol-Myers Squibb and is responsible for technology strategy and implementation for two Research and Development divisions. Prior to Mike’s move to the Life Sciences industry, he ran the consulting services division of a technology consulting startup where his clients included numerous Fortune 500 companies in both the Property & Casualty and Professional Services industries.
Mike’s passion for giving back was most recently highlighted by his multi-year term on the St. Paul School of Princeton school board, where he chaired both the Technology & Administration and the Strategic Planning committees. Mike earned his B.S. from Drexel University and his MBA from Northeastern University, with a dual concentration in High Technology and Innovations Entrepreneurship.
Mike lives in central New Jersey, where he and his wife, along with their son and daughter, can often be seen teeing-off in the late afternoon and golfing until sunset. Mike coaches his son’s baseball team, and the family enjoys attending as many Phillies games as possible. An annual destination is Lake George, where they swim, wake board, kneeboard, waterski, and even jump off a few cliffs – in addition to golfing on a course carved out of the Adirondack mountains.