Pfizer sales force leader ‘Mick’ Mosebrook passes away

Stewart "Mick" Mosebrook, who headed Pfizer's U.S. pharmaceutical sales force, passed away after a battle with cancer July 11.
Mosebrook, who was 63 and spent 37 years at Pfizer, was remembered as a decisive leader and a champion of workplace diversity.On his watch, Pfizer's sales force led the industry for 10 straight years.
In May, he was named an Honorable Mentor by the Healthcare Businesswomen's
Association for his work to advance women sales executives. Mosebrook instituted Pfizer's Women in Sales Leadership initiative, and in his four-year term as executive vice president
of sales, around a third of promotions to vice president and director of sales positions went to women.
A native of York, Pa., Mosebrook lived in Westport, Conn. He is survived by his wife Ann, three sons, three stepchildren and four grandchildren, a brother and a sister.


 

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