Terrence E. Sullivan

Terrence E. Sullivan

Title: Executive Director
Company: Olympus Surgical Technologies America
Location: Wrentham, Massachusetts, United States

Terrence E. Sullivan, Executive Director at Olympus Surgical Technologies America (OSTA), has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in quality management and biotechnology.

A graduate of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Mr. Sullivan earned a Bachelor of Arts in biology during 1987. He received additional training in quality system regulation requirements, FDA recalls and corrections requirements, International STED regulations, and FDA Advertising, Promotional, and Labeling Requirements, among others. Subsequently, he began his career as an investigator of quality assurance for United States Surgical Corporation from 1988 to 1991. As he progressed with the company, he held the post of a supervisor of corporate regulatory affairs until his departure in 1996. Mr. Sullivan later joined Medical Device Consultants, Inc., in 1993 as a quality systems specialist, further serving the roles of a senior quality systems specialist and consultant, and a quality assurance services manager until 2002. Between 2003 and 2019, he held several executive positions with Olympus Surgical Technologies America including an executive director, a director, a vice president of regulatory affairs, and a corporate quality systems manager.

Currently, Mr. Sullivan serves as the executive director of regulatory and quality assurance business development with OSTA. In addition to his primary endeavors, he completed a military science program at Northeastern University in 1985, and was commissioned Second Lieutenant of the program in 1987. Moreover, he completed the United States Army Infantry Officer’s Basic Course the following year. A respected voice in the industry, his written works include “Reprocessing Single-Use Devices: An FDA Update,” “Update: FDA Regulation of Reprocessing Devices Labeled for Single Use,” “Re-Engineering the Registration and Listing Process,” and “Medical Devices: Reports of Corrections and Removals,” among others. Mr. Sullivan attributes his success to his moral foundation, which his family helped establish, as well as his own ambitions and goals. In the coming years, he hopes to have opportunities that broaden his horizons.

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