Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Former CEO of California Stem Cell Agency Leaves Top Post at Minnesota Non-profit

Randy Mills, the former head of the California stem cell agency who left it in 2017, has resigned as president of a large bone marrow non-profit known as "Be The Match" in Minneapolis.

A brief news release from the organization said he was leaving for "personal reasons."   Local news coverage of Mills' departure in Minnesota was scanty. Be The Match reported income of about $418 million in 2018.

Maria Millan, then vice president for therapeutics at California's stem cell agency, succeeded him as CEO and president of the agency and still holds that position. Mills was highly regarded at the agency and has been credited with helping to sharpen its focus and direction.

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