James Slattery is the founder and Chairman of the Board of Millennium Laboratories. He founded Millennium Laboratories because of his own direct experience with people who suffer with chronic pain, and established our two-fold mission:
- To help alleviate human suffering through leading research and education that increases industry and public awareness of pain management.
- To transform the science of toxicology from its traditional forensics model to improving clinical care for people in pain.
Among his many entrepreneurial accomplishments, Mr. Slattery was recognized with the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 San Diego region award for entrepreneurial excellence. Prior to Millennium Laboratories, he achieved success in real estate development and broadcast communications, creating the first satellite network in the United States, which he later sold to a Fortune 500 broadcast company.
Mr. Slattery served four years as the Commissioner of Aeronautics for the State of Massachusetts. He continues to utilize his aviation background in the service of others through his role as a mission pilot for Angel Flight West, a non-profit organization that provides free medical assistance flights in the thirteen Western states. Mr. Slattery holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts.