2019 Dinner Host | Scott Bormann

Craig Wallace_Headshot_2017_webScott Bormann is Senior Vice President, North America Operations, for Merck Animal Health. In this role, he oversees the management of the companion animal and food animal businesses in the U.S. and Canada.  Scott serves on Merck Animal Health’s Operating Committee and is a member of the Animal Health Leadership Team.  He joined Merck in 2012.

Prior to joining Merck, he served as Senior Director of the Animal Genetics business for Pfizer Animal Health responsible for leading global commercial efforts.

Bormann joined the animal health industry in 1991 as a sales representative and has held positions of increasing responsibility across livestock, companion animal and equine segments in several areas of commercial operations. His positions included Director of Companion Animal Business and Vice President, Livestock & Equine Business at Fort Dodge Animal Health.

He currently serves as chair of the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor Board of Directors and chaired the board in 2014. The Animal Health Corridor provides leadership, oversight and connection to the private, research and academic sectors within the animal health segment, while partnering with the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute and the Kansas City Area Development Council. 

Scott also serves on the National FFA Foundation Sponsors’ Board, as well as the Texas A&M University, Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication internal advisory board.

He holds both a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education and a Master of Science in Animal Science from Texas A&M University. 




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