Robert W. Hagopian
President and CEO

Mr. Hagopian is a co-founder of the company and serves on the Board of Directors. He has led Medica’s business growth from the company’s startup to the current operation levels, guiding Medica’s proprietary knowledge, product development capabilities, and manufacturing technology, to meet global market needs. Mr. Hagopian holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Juris Doctorate from Western New England College. Previous to Medica, he was a Director and Vice President at Orion Research Incorporated.

Stephen A. Rettew
Treasurer and Board Member

Mr. Rettew is a co-founder of the company, Treasurer, and serves on the Board of Directors. Steve also served as Vice President of Product Design from 1983 to 2018. During his time as Vice President, he focused on developing medical devices that integrate the science and technology requirements with good design, such that the finished product enables ease of use and service by customers in the global market. Mr. Rettew holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Design from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Previous to Medica, he was Manager of Industrial Design, Orion Research Incorporated.

William Whelan
Vice President, Software Development

Mr. Whelan joined Medica in 1984 and is responsible for managing the development of software and electronics for the company’s products, considering each product’s need for ease of use, extensibility, and exacting performance. Prior to joining Medica, he was employed by C.R. Bard, developing infusion pump delivery systems for insulin and pain medication.

Mary Williams
Vice President, Human Resources

Ms. Williams joined Medica in 1985 and now serves as Vice President of Human Resources. She has over 20 years of experience in employee benefits and human resource management and administration, and holds a SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) certification. Ms. Williams has previously served in administration roles at BayBank, Harvard Trust, and Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts.