Andrew Suchoff

Chief People Officer

Andrew Suchoff serves as Foundation Medicine's Chief People Officer. He brings more than 25 years of experience as a strategist and HR executive, with an extensive track record of developing inclusive and collaborative cultures, and leading global teams in the areas of organizational change, HR operations, learning and development, rewards and talent acquisition.

Prior to joining Foundation Medicine, Suchoff served as the Global Head of People Operations and Talent at Stallergenes Greer, where he transitioned two distinct companies into one global franchise, creating and designing an HR structure and strategy.

Previously, he held HR leadership positions at consumer goods, service and healthcare companies including Inventiv Health, Bausch and Lomb, Stream Global Services, EMD Serono, and Gillette. In some of these roles, he led organizations with more than 30 thousand employees across the globe to evolve their approaches in the delivery of HR transformational business results that aligned with changing business imperatives.

In his current role, Suchoff collaborates with leaders across Foundation Medicine to shape and communicate the ongoing vision for the company’s people strategy, and works to inspire, grow and develop the People Team. He is dedicated to refining areas of learning and development, organizational design, talent, total rewards, and culture and belonging to improve and drive employee engagement. Suchoff partners with the People Team in their mission to foster a market-shaping culture of innovation and collaboration, and to empower employees to live the company values in their daily work to transform cancer care for patients.

Under Suchoff’s leadership, Foundation Medicine launched the ANDEngage way of working, which represents the people-focused approach to how the company attracts, nurtures, develops and engages its employees. During his tenure, the company has been named a best place to work by the Boston Business Journal, the Triangle Business Journal, and the San Diego Business Journal, and was honored with the Best Place to Work Germany award.

Suchoff has broad global experience, having lived and worked in Asia, the United Kingdom and Switzerland. He serves on the boards of the American Cancer Society and the Home for Little Wanderers, and previously served on the board of Seeding Labs. He earned a B.S. in business administration from Northeastern University.