Jeffrey Bond

Senior Vice President, 
State Advocacy PhRMA

With over 30 years experience in the pharmaceutical and health care industry, Jeff Bond has worked in corporate, commercial and trade association roles.  As Senior Vice President State Advocacy, Jeff leads the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) state advocacy operations.  At PhRMA, he is responsible for directing the association’s state lobbying and policy analysis activities in close coordination with senior executives from member companies.  He is responsible for the development and execution of strategies consistent with member company public policy objectives. 

Prior to joining PhRMA, Jeff served as Vice President, State Government Affairs at Bristol-Myers Squibb.  There, he led all company advocacy activity with state elected officials and key stakeholders.  In his leadership role at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Jeff was a member of Patient Assistance Foundation Board of Directors, the Women’s Health Philanthropy Board and he served on the U.S. Pharmaceuticals Operating Committee. 

Jeff’s career in the pharmaceutical business began when he joined the CIBA-Geigy Corporation as a sales representative for Geigy Pharmaceuticals.  He was promoted through positions of increasing responsibility and was recognized with the company’s highest Sales and Marketing honor, the Circle of Excellence Award, four times.  After joining CIBA’s Government Affairs Department in 1987, Jeff represented the company’s legislative interests in a seven-state region.  In 1993 was appointed Executive Director of State Government Affairs where he supported the President of CIBA, who served as Chairman of the PhRMA’s State Government Affairs Key Issue Team.  

In addition to his current positions with various non-profit groups, Jeff has been active in Board and Committee positions for the Epilepsy Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Association and The NJ Sharing Network Foundation.  Within the industry, he has served in various leadership roles, including both Chairman and Vice-Chairman of PhRMA’s State Government Affairs Section.

August 2012 

Senior Vice President, 
State Advocacy PhRMA

With over 30 years experience in the pharmaceutical and health care industry, Jeff Bond has worked in corporate, commercial and trade association roles.  As Senior Vice President State Advocacy, Jeff leads the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) state advocacy operations.  At PhRMA, he is responsible for directing the association’s state lobbying and policy analysis activities in close coordination with senior executives from member companies.  He is responsible for the development and execution of strategies consistent with member company public policy objectives. 

Prior to joining PhRMA, Jeff served as Vice President, State Government Affairs at Bristol-Myers Squibb.  There, he led all company advocacy activity with state elected officials and key stakeholders.  In his leadership role at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Jeff was a member of Patient Assistance Foundation Board of Directors, the Women’s Health Philanthropy Board and he served on the U.S. Pharmaceuticals Operating Committee. 

Jeff’s career in the pharmaceutical business began when he joined the CIBA-Geigy Corporation as a sales representative for Geigy Pharmaceuticals.  He was promoted through positions of increasing responsibility and was recognized with the company’s highest Sales and Marketing honor, the Circle of Excellence Award, four times.  After joining CIBA’s Government Affairs Department in 1987, Jeff represented the company’s legislative interests in a seven-state region.  In 1993 was appointed Executive Director of State Government Affairs where he supported the President of CIBA, who served as Chairman of the PhRMA’s State Government Affairs Key Issue Team.  

In addition to his current positions with various non-profit groups, Jeff has been active in Board and Committee positions for the Epilepsy Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Association and The NJ Sharing Network Foundation.  Within the industry, he has served in various leadership roles, including both Chairman and Vice-Chairman of PhRMA’s State Government Affairs Section.

August 2012 

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