Sherry Pudloski is a senior executive with experience in communications, corporate affairs, health care policy, social responsibility and sustainability. She is currently the head of corporate affairs at Seagen, a biotechnology company focused on developing cancer medicines.
Prior to joining Seagen, she consulted with CVS Health on communications and culture and advised on the communications strategy at the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.
Her last corporate position was executive vice president of corporate affairs and communications at Zoetis, a leading global animal health company. Ms. Pudloski was responsible for the company’s integrated approach to public policy, corporate reputation, and colleague and leadership communications. She was part of developing the company’s sustainability strategy and led an initiative to define the company’s purpose and refresh its brand while supporting a new CEO and the organization’s response to COVID-19.
Ms. Pudloski has spent her career building corporate brands and reputation, advancing culture and collaborating with companies to demonstrate their impact to society. She served as chief communications officer of Guardian Life Insurance Company. She has deep experience in health care having served in executive leadership roles in communications with Pfizer and Novartis. Ms. Pudloski also worked in consultancies for a significant part of her career and was head of the global health care practice at Ogilvy.
She has long invested her energy in advancing women. At Pfizer, Ms. Pudloski founded the New York Women’s Leadership Network and served on the Global Women’s Council. Currently, she serves as a trustee and executive committee member at Maryvale Preparatory School in Maryland. She lectures in communications at both New York University and Georgetown University and was formerly an adjunct professor for New York University’s master’s program in integrated marketing and communications. Ms. Pudloski is a graduate of Duke University with a degree in English and a certificate in digital business leadership from Columbia Business School. She is enrolled in the Master of Education Leadership and Policy at Boston College.