Anderson named engineering VP at Ameda
MechSE alumnus Bill Anderson (BSME ’86) has joined Ameda as vice president of engineering.
Anderson started his career with Baxter, spending 17 years in various engineering and product development positions before joining Excelsior as vice president of business development and new products. In this role, he was tasked with building a team from scratch and redesigning the syringe technology platform, both of which he did successfully. Anderson last served as vice president of business development, International & Pump Division, before helping to sell the business to Medline and ICU Medical.
After earning his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Illinois, he earned an MBA, Strategy and New Products, from Northwestern University.
About Ameda: “For 75 years, Ameda is committed to healthy beginnings for Moms and Babies. Centered on Mom’s unique journey, Ameda wants every Mom and Baby to have the best possible start in life, and they believe breast milk is the best start for a Mom’s newborn child. Through products that fit seamlessly with Mom’s life, they support her with kind, steady guidance—in the hospital, at home, at work, or wherever she might be. Their roots are in the hospital, and through a lifetime of conversations, research, and experience, Ameda strives to provide Healthcare Professionals with the products, tools, and information they need to better serve Mom and Baby.”