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  Hardwick, Charles "Chuck"
<-  1989-01-02  
NameCharles "Chuck" Hardwick
Address335 Wychwood Road
Westfield, New Jersey , United States
Born June 09, 1940 (76 years)
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Last ModifedMr. Matt
Oct 13, 2011 07:29pm
InfoChuck Hardwick is Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, with worldwide responsibility for Government Relations, Media Relations, Public Policy and Philanthropy. He is also President of the Pfizer Foundation and a member of the Pfizer Leadership Council.

He has worked for Pfizer for nearly 40 years in a variety of management positions. He recently announced his retirement effective at the end of 2005. His responsibilities have included U.S. and international government and public affairs assignments, sales and marketing management and membership on the Pfizer Leadership Team, the company’s most senior management committee.

Chuck’s activities have been particularly focused on HIV/AIDS in developing countries. He was instrumental in implementing the Diflucan partnership program, establishing the Infectious Disease Institute in Uganda and launching the Pfizer Global Health Fellows initiative.

Active in state and national political affairs, Chuck Hardwick is the former Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly where he served 14 years. He was Vice Chairman of the 1988 National Republican Platform Committee and was named by President Reagan to the Presidential Advisory Committee on Federalism.

He served as Vice Chair of the New York City Council on the Environment to which he was appointed by Mayor Giuliani. He is currently on the Boards of the NJ Performing Arts Center, New Jersey After 3, Inc. and the Academic Alliance Foundation (for AIDS care in Africa).

He was graduated from Florida State University in 1964, where he received his B.S. and M.B.A. degrees. He and his wife, Sheilagh Mylott, reside in New York City.



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