Sheridan Snyder

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Dr. Sheridan Gray "Sherry" Snyder OBE, LLB (born October 20, 1936), often referred to as Sherry Snyder, is an entrepreneurial figure in the biotechnology industry and a philanthropist, who has also made significant contributions to the development of the game of tennis.



Mr. Snyder graduated from The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey and is a 1958 graduate of The University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in French & Romance Languages. At UVa, Snyder was a member of the SPE social fraternity. Snyder received an Honorary Doctorate of Law degree from the University of Dundee in 2002.

Early Business Career

Upon graduation from UVA, Snyder began his career as a Credit Analyst for New York Trust Corporation. In 1962, Snyder founded his first venture, Cambridge Machine Corporation, which initiated the development and invention of high-speed mailing/envelope inserting machines. In 1971, Snyder founded a packaging company, Instapak, which markets “foam-in-place packaging” (revolutionary for its time) that creates a protective barrier for heavy, fragile instrumentation and computer systems. Snyder sold Cambridge Machine Corporation to Pitney-Bowes and he became the National Sales Account manager at Pitney-Bowes. Instapak is now the largest division of Sealed Air...
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