Ron Guido has 35 years experience in the health care industry with Johnson & Johnson. He has held executive positions in the areas of engineering, operations, sales, marketing, business development, information technology and general management. His current role is Vice President, Global Brand Protection and Supply Chain Integrity where his international team of experts is responsible for anti-counterfeiting programs and policies. Ron is an active member of cross-industry alliances dedicated to shaping anti-counterfeiting best practices and regulations under the auspices of PhRMA, Rx360, EFPIA and IACC among others. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences on the topics of supply chain integrity and anti-counterfeiting technologies. Ron is a Board member for a charitable organization known as Operation Smile, an advisor to the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies at Farleigh Dickinson University, an instructor in the Rutgers University mini-MBATM program and he holds three medical device patents. Ron has an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers University and a Masters in Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.