I have known Jack Regan for at least a decade and probably longer. Jack served most recently as Vice-President for Sales, U.S. Ophthalmic Systems for Carl Zeiss Meditec and in a number of other roles prior to that. As an Advisory Board member for Zeiss as well as a member of the academic optometric community who had a particular interest in products that could be used to manage glaucoma and retinal diseases, I had regular interaction with him.
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Jack Regan for over 25 years. I first met Jack after I finished my glaucoma fellowship training. Jack was starting out with Allergan Humphrey, which later became part of Zeiss. At the time he gave me needed advice regarding available technology required to start up a glaucoma practice. Since that initial encounter I’ve continued to depend on Jack’s honest and straightforward counsel over my nearly 30 years of practice.
I have worked closely with Jack Regan for almost 25 years both professionally and personally. This began when I was an ophthalmology resident in the early 1990s, then as an ophthalmology Program Director for the US Navy and most recently as the Chief Medical Director for a large ophthalmic practice and as a consultant to Carl Zeiss Meditec.