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Gilmartin was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Becton Dickinson and Company.
Gilmartin also serves on the boards of directors of General Mills, Inc., the Microsoft Corporation, and Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc. He also serves as Chairman of the Council on Competitiveness and the Chairman of the Board of Associates of the Harvard Business School.
Gilmartin is Chairman of the Healthcare Institute of New Jersey and a past Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America, now serving on its Executive Committee.
hen Ray Gilmartin joined Merck in June 1994 as president and CEO (he became chairman several months later), it was the first time the pharmaceutical giant had chosen a leader from outside its ranks in its century-long history in the United States.
Gilmartin, who has a warm smile and an approachable manner, says that Merck is just trying to live up to the values that have long guided the company.
Gilmartin is quick to point out that Merck's success as a profitable and ethical enterprise is the best contribution he could ever hope to make to society.
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