Matthew B. Stuckert

Vice President of Sales

Matt Stuckert, Vice President of Sales, is a senior sales executive with almost twenty years of successful experience leading high performance sales teams, launching new medical devices, and creating new markets, including: ChloraPrep® skin antiseptics, StatLock® catheter securement devices, and other unique products focused in Infection Prevention, Vascular Access, and Surgery. Matt joined Magnolia Medical Technologies as Vice President of Sales in June 2017, and is responsible for the US Sales organization.

Most recently, Matt served as Vice President of Business Development for San Francisco-based startup Applied Silver, leading the market introduction of their innovative silver-ion technology for the antimicrobial treatment of healthcare textiles.

Prior to Applied Silver, Matt served as Director of Corporate Accounts at Becton Dickinson (BD) via their acquisition of CareFusion. As Director of Corporate Accounts, he drove business growth across seven matrixed business units, working with the most complex healthcare systems in the country. Prior to BD’s acquisition of CareFusion, Matt served as Vice President of Sales, Eastern US & Canada, Vascular & Surgical Products for both CareFusion and its parent-company, Cardinal Health. In this role, Matt led a sales and clinical organization of over 70 direct/indirect reports to deliver over $400M in revenue. During this time Matt was awarded Vice-President-of-the-Year honors multiple times.

Prior to CareFusion, Matt was a key member of the initial sales management team for Enturia (acquired by Cardinal Health) where he led the successful market launch of ChloraPrep®, a novel line of skin antiseptic products, from startup to over $200M in sales. Matt’s strong leadership and sales performance earned him Manager-of-the-Year honors multiple times. Enturia was sold to Cardinal Health for $500M in 2008.

Before Enturia, Matt was one of the first members of the sales organization for San Diego-based startup, Venetec Intl. where he played a key role in the successful market launch and creating a new market for StatLock®, a new line of catheter securement devices. Venetec was ultimately sold to C.R. Bard. Matt holds a BS degree from Pennsylvania State University.