Elyse Stoltz Dickerson is CEO and Co-Founder of Eosera, Inc., a majority woman-owned biotech company committed to developing products that address underserved medical needs. Eosera operates by putting purpose before profits and is proud to be one of the pioneering companies in a movement called Conscious Capitalism.
Elyse spent 13 years at Alcon (a Novartis Company). She was a Global Director, managing brands around the world with revenue over $1.7 billion annually. Elyse actively mentors women who pursue careers in healthcare and technology. She is a strong advocate for gender equality and women in business. Among her numerous industry honors are the 2018 Top Woman Owned Business, the 2016 Women in Technology Award, and a 2017 D CEO finalist. In 2015, she won $50,000 as part of a business pitch competition sponsored by Comerica Bank and winner of the Mary Kay Pink Tank Business Pitch Competition.
Elyse serves on the Board of Trustees for Fort Worth Country Day School and serves on the school’s Finance Committee, as well as the Building and Grounds Committee. She also serves on the TCU Neely School of Business, Health Care Advisory Board.
Elyse holds a BA from the University of Notre Dame, and an MBA from Southern Methodist University. She has also completed the Integral Leadership Program and The Advanced Leadership Program at the Stagen Leadership Academy. Elyse is married with two children and resides in Fort Worth, Texas. She is also a lifelong athlete and has completed marathons, triathlons and an Ironman.