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Calvert Labs Announces the Hiring of Terry Ladd
Date:1/28/2009

Terry Ladd (MBA, MA) rejoins Calvert Labs as VP of Business Development

Olyphant, PA (PRWEB) January 28, 2009 -- Calvert Labs, a Calvert Holdings, Inc. company, announced today the hiring of Mr. Terry Ladd as Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Ladd had worked at Calvert Labs from 1994-2003 as Executive Director, Business Development and Marketing.

Mr. Ladd will be responsible for the sales and marketing of preclinical services in North America. With his many years of experience in the drug development/contract research organization field, he brings significant wisdom and experience to the table to help clients attain their goals in drug development in a timely and proper manner.

In addition to earning an MBA from McGill University and an MA from the University of Sherbrooke, Mr. Ladd's well-rounded background includes experience managing the sales, marketing, business development, finance, and administration functions for companies as varied as IMS Health, Guillevin International, Supertel Video Productions and General Electric.

Allan Reiss, President and COO of Calvert Holdings, Inc. remarked: "Although given opportunities to continue a successful career within larger pharma organizations, Mr. Ladd chose to return to a younger, innovative company that has a proven track record within the industry. We are honored that he has chosen to return." Mr. Ladd responded: "I am glad to be back with my former colleagues and look forward to the challenges and successes ahead."

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