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  • Agilent Technologies Darlene Solomon, Ph.D.

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Agilent Technologies

    • Name

      Darlene Solomon, Ph.D.

    • Position

      Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

      Santa Clara, CA

    Darlene Solomon is senior vice president and chief technology officer for Agilent Technologies. Her responsibilities include Agilent Research Laboratories which focuses on high impact, longer range research in support of Agilent’s sustained business growth, and Agilent’s programs in university relations, external research and venture investment. In her leadership role, she works closely with Agilent’s businesses to define the company’s technology strategy and R&D priorities.

    Solomon brings extensive experience in R&D and management to her current leadership role at Agilent. She joined Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in 1984 as a member of the technical staff, subsequently holding a variety of research and management positions there, including R&D manager for the Chemical and Biological Systems Department. She joined Agilent when the company was formed in 1999 with a dual role as director of the Life Sciences Technologies Laboratory within Agilent Laboratories and as senior director, Research and Development/Technology, for Agilent's Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis business. Prior to being named to her current post, Solomon was vice president and director of Agilent Laboratories.

    Solomon received her bachelor's degree in chemistry from Stanford University and a doctorate in bioinorganic chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and she completed Stanford University’s Executive Development Program.  In recognition of her career accomplishments, Solomon was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2017.  She was also inducted into the Women in Technology International's Hall of Fame (2001), received the YWCA Tribute to Women and Industry Award (2004), named to Diversity Journal’s Women Worth Watching (2007) and Corporate Board Member’s 50 Top Women in Technology (2008), received the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Daniel J Epstein Engineering Management Award (2018) and elected to George Washington High School’s Alumni Hall of Merit (2018).

    Solomon serves on the board of directors at Materion Corporation.  She also participates in multiple academic and government advisory and review boards, including current and recent appointments to the National Academies’ Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology, Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology of the National Institutes of Standards and Technology, Stanford University Dean of Research Advisory Council, UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering Advisory Board and Singapore National Research Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Board.

  • Agilent Technologies Nancy Lelicoff

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    • Name

      Nancy Lelicoff

    • Position

      Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Clinical Affairs

      Santa Clara, CA

    Nancy Lelicoff is Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Clinical Affairs for Agilent Technologies. She has responsibility for developing, implementing and monitoring Agilent’s companywide regulatory compliance and quality programs. Lelicoff oversees a global team of about 120 people.

    Lelicoff joined Agilent in March 2014. Previously, she was Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Quality and Systems Test Engineering, for Volcano Corp. Her prior roles include Vice President of Quality Assurance at Boston Scientific, and Director of Consumer Products Quality and Regulatory Compliance at Becton Dickinson. She has more than 20 years of experience within the life sciences industry, most of which was at Johnson & Johnson in various roles.

    Lelicoff received a B.S. in mathematical engineering from the University of Arizona and a Master of Science in engineering and technical management from West Coast University.

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What Women Should Know about Working At Agilent Technologies
Agilent recognizes the challenge of balancing work and family, and the birth or adoption of a child is a major life event. In 2017, Agilent introduced enhanced support for new parents with a program called Agilent Parental Pay which enables moms and dads to take time off with pay. Agilent Parental Pay supplements disability pay during an employee’s pregnancy disability. In addition, all new parents receive three weeks paid bonding leave.

 “At Agilent, we talk about having the right strategy, the right team and the right environment to get the best results. Diversity and inclusion is a natural part of that overall formula for success. This is what’s right for us to be doing. It’s right for the team that we have today and the team we want to build for the future. It’s a reflection of who we are and our core values.  And it’s right for the company. It’s a business imperative.” Mike McMullen, President and CEO, Agilent

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