Kerry Blair, Chief Operating Officer
Even though Kerry didn’t officially join CooperSurgical until 1998
as Vice President of Engineering, he had a hand in the business since 1995.
In fact, Kerry was responsible for the development of the RUMI system,
a device that CooperSurgical purchased that year and is still sold today.
Since 2001, Kerry has been in charge of all of CooperSurgical’s
global operations, including factory integration of acquired companies
and technologies. During his career, Kerry has managed the development
of several groundbreaking devices, such as the world’s first TCAS
(Traffic Collision Avoidance System) for General Aviation and even patented
the first commercially available “Digital Colposcope” product.
He has an undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology from Berry College
and graduated with honors from the University of Kansas with a BSEE in