Jamie Brannan is Executive Vice President and Group President International Operations, Aquaculture and Global Diagnostics at Zoetis, the world’s leading animal health company and a member of the Fortune 500. In this role, he’s responsible for commercial operations in over 100 international markets, the global aquaculture and diagnostic businesses. As a senior business leader in human and animal health for over a decade, Mr. Brannan has consistently demonstrated his ability to build diverse teams with the agility to adjust through fast, evolving business conditions across international markets.
Mr. Brannan previously served as president, Zoetis International Operations from June 2021 until November 2022, where his strong leadership and focus on performance and commercial excellence advanced the business significantly. Prior to leading International Operations, he served as senior vice president of Zoetis’ Northern Europe Cluster from October 2016 until June 2021. In this role he was responsible for sales, marketing andcommercial operations for the business in the UK, Ireland, and Nordic markets.
Before joining Zoetis, Mr. Brannan served as general manager at Mölnlycke for UK and Ireland and held roles of increasing responsibility in Ecolab’s healthcare division. Prior to beginning his commercial-facing career, he worked as a microbiologist in laboratories in the UK.
Mr. Brannan is a member of the board of Animal Health Europe, an association representing manufacturers of animal medicines, vaccines, and other animal products in Europe. The group’s focus areas include advancing One Health, innovation, and sustainability in the animal health industry.
Along with a keen focus on business performance and serving customers, Mr. Brannan underlines his leadership style with an emphasis on people – driving colleague engagement and development as well as mental health and well-being programs to support colleagues around the world.
Mr. Brannan holds a bachelor’s degree from Anglia Ruskin University, where he graduated with honors.