Steve MacMillan

Chairman, President and CEO, Hologic

Mr. MacMillan was named President and CEO of Hologic, the global leader in Women’s Health, in December 2013 and appointed Chairman in June 2015. Under his leadership at Hologic, the company has more than doubled in revenue by expanding its leading positions in 3-D mammography, molecular diagnostics (including launching its leading COVID-19 test) and expanded its gynecological surgical business.

Stephen P. MacMillan was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Stryker Corporation until February 2012. Mr. MacMillan joined Stryker in 2003 as President and Chief Operating Officer, was appointed CEO effective January 2005, and Chairman in January 2010.

During his 9 years at Stryker, revenues almost tripled from $2.8B to over $8.3B in 2011, and the company moved up over 200 spots on the Fortune 500 list while transforming the company’s quality, compliance, and manufacturing operations.

Mr. MacMillan began his career with Procter & Gamble in 1985 and later spent 11 years with Johnson & Johnson in both the U.S. and Europe and became President of the joint venture between Johnson & Johnson and Merck.

In 2000, he joined Pharmacia Corporation’s Executive Committee, reporting to CEO Fred Hassan, where he oversaw five global businesses with revenues exceeding $2 billion.

Mr. MacMillan has also served on the Board of Directors of Texas Instruments, Alere and Boston Scientific and served on the Institute of Medicine’s Healthcare Policy Roundtable. He was also one of the Fortune 500 CEOs appointed to the Department of Commerce’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership to help the country rebound from the 08/09 downturn.

Mr. MacMillan currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Illumina (the global leader in next generation sequencing) and on the board of AdvaMed (the medical device industry’s trade association).

He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Davidson College and has served on Davidson’s Board of Trustees. He is also a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. He is married and has four children.