CHICAGO — The Female Health Co. on Monday announced that Martin Tayler will join the company's management team as EVP global operations.
Prior to joining the Female Health Company, Tayler had a career in medical device operations leadership with SSL International, a manufacturer of healthcare products under the Durex and Dr Scholl's brands among others, and later with Reckitt Benckiser Group, a consumer health and hygiene company. During his tenure with SSL and Reckitt Benckiser, Tayler was responsible for a variety of operations, functions and facilities in various countries, including oversight of the design, construction and ultimate operation of one of the world's largest condom manufacturing facilities in China.
The company also announced that Michael Pope will retire from his position as VP, U.K. and Malaysian Operations. Following his retirement, Pope will continue his affiliation with the company as a Consultant.
"We consider ourselves extremely fortunate that Martin is joining the FHC leadership team," stated Karen King, president and CEO FHC. "We believe his extensive global operations leadership experience and knowledge of relevant markets and products will contribute greatly to the future success of our company. I would also like to acknowledge and sincerely thank Mike Pope for his invaluable contributions to the company over the past 24 years. We are delighted that Mike will continue to be a part of our advisory team going forward."