Hank McKinnell is Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc, the world’s largest research-based pharmaceutical company. With 120,000 employees – including 97 Stern alumni – Pfizer had 2002 revenues of $32.4 billion and a research and development budget of $5.3 billion. Familiar Pfizer products include the prescription drugs Celebrex, Lipitor, Viagra, and Zoloft, and over-the-counter products like Benadryl, Listerine, and Lubriderm. McKinnell, a graduate of the University of British Columbia, holds an MBA and PhD from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. McKinnell joined Pfizer in 1971 in Tokyo. In his 32 years at the company, which traces its origins to 1849, McKinnell has served as President of Pfizer Asia, Chief Financial Officer, and President of Pfizer’s Global Pharmaceuticals group. He was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2001.