Pharmaceutical executive Kerri McCullough Wood receives Outstanding Young Alumni Award

Madison, N.J. (October 25, 2016) – Fairleigh Dickinson University presented Kerri McCullough Wood, a resident of Cresskill, N.J., with the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumni Award at the University’s Homecoming and Family Weekend on Saturday, October 22.Wood 2016

The Outstanding Young Alumni Award is presented annually to an FDU alum who has achieved exceptional success as an emerging leader in their field — either professionally or through services provided to the University — and graduated in the past 15 years.    

Wood graduated from FDU’s Metropolitan Campus with an M.B.A in Finance in 2007. She has since served in a variety of executive leadership positions over the past decade while working at TAPI, a subsidiary of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. Wood is currently the vice president and head of TAPI global sales. Her past positions at TAPI include serving as president, senior director, and director of the sales and marketing business unit for North America.

Wood’s current professional activities include serving on the board of directors for the non-profit business association, Drug, Chemical & Associated Technologies (DCAT). Previously, Wood served as chair of the education committee for DCAT.

Wood earned her B.S. in science from Boston College.



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