Glaukos CFO Harrison to retire
Harrison took over the role of CFO in 2008, Glaukos said. The company is currently searching for a replacement for Harrison.
“Rich has made outstanding contributions to Glaukos and has helped guide the company to a strong financial and operational position, highlighted by our June 2015 initial public offering. We thank Rich for his many years of distinguished service and appreciate his desire to stay with Glaukos until we have successfully transitioned to a new CFO,” CEO Thomas Burns said in a press release.
“I have been privileged to work with an extraordinary team during my tenure at Glaukos, helping it grow from a small startup of about 30 employees to a very successful commercial enterprise today of more than 200 employees. I am looking forward to my remaining time with the company and will do all that I can to facilitate the transition to my successor,” Harrison said in a prepared statement.