Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Commemorates World AIDS Day

A team member for Bristol-Myers Squibb since 2006, Thomas Spetter has led a distinguished career as a top-performing sales manager. Recently receiving an appointment as the regional key account manager for Southwest and Pacific territories, Thomas Spetter continues to represent Bristol-Myers Squibb as a global leader in the field of international healthcare.

Since its humble beginnings in 1858, Bristol-Myers Squibb has been committed to improving the health and well-being of individuals through cutting-edge innovations in medicine. In order to provide a superior standard of care for medically underserved communities, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation was formally established in 1955. Most recently, the foundation demonstrated its commitment to social responsibility by commemorating World AIDS Day with grant commitments totaling $1.47 million for AIDS prevention programs throughout sub-Saharan Africa. The commitment is just part of the foundation’s larger Secure the Future initiative, which has provided financial support totaling more $180 million to the region for more than 15 years. Notable grant recipients include the ISIBANI Development Project in South Africa, the Right to Care Project in Ethiopia, and the Swaziland Breast & Cervical Cancer Network.