Former VP, Surgical Marketing
Mölnlycke Health Care
Al is a commercial leader in medical
devices with a foundation in product
development and biomedical engineering. He
began his career as an engineer at Advanced
Cardiovascular Systems, Spectranetics, Schneider
and Global Therapeutics. Al became Intervascular’s
R&D Manager, then Product Specialist for W.L.
Gore & Associates, and CEO at Forge Medical.
After serving as Director of Business Development
at AngioDynamics and Director of the NICU New
Business Development at Medela, he moved on to
Mölnlycke Health Care in 2015.
MÖLNLYCKE HEALTH CARE is a Swedish
medical device company headquartered in
Gothenburg and active internationally. The
company manufactures and sells wound care
and single-use surgical products and is a service
provider to the healthcare sector.
Founder and CEO
Pathfinder Business Consultants
Jay previously served as VP Sales for
US Roche Diabetes Care, where he
was responsible for leading all field sales and sales
operations functions. At Roche, he also was Physician
Field Sales Representative, Region Business Manager
– Health Care Provider, Region Business Manager –
Managed Care, Retail and Distribution, Area Business
Director for the Central and Western US and Product
Marketing Director for the Blood Glucose Portfolio.
Jay began his professional career in 1998 as an
Intelligence Officer in the United States Army, where
he held multiple leadership positions and global
deployments, including tours in South America,
Central America, The Caribbean, South Korea, The
United Kingdom, Jordan, and Iraq.
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Scott is a self-described medtech enthusiast. He cofounded Joovv in 2015, a fast-growing
photobiomodulation startup, and currently leads all of their commercialization efforts. Prior to
Joovv, Scott held sales and marketing leadership positions for some of the largest medical device companies in
the world, including Medtronic, Covidien, Boston Scientific, and C.R. Bard. In addition, Scott is the founder of
Medsider, which helps ambitious doers learn from proven medtech thought leaders. His work with Medsider has
been featured in publications like Forbes, Mass Device, MedCity News, and MD+DI. Scott is also an advisor to
the Medical Devices Group, which includes over 300,000 members worldwide.