Charlene E. Davis

Charlene Davis oversees the world-wide compliance and privacy functions for the company. Prior to Aerie, she was Associate Vice President and Head of Healthcare Compliance North America at
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc., where she developed and oversaw its Comprehensive Compliance Program and Medical, Legal, and Regulatory (MLR) Review Program. In addition to
establishing the compliance and MLR programs, she was responsible for a range of functions including training, investigations, auditing and monitoring, transparency reporting, and various
advisory activities.

Prior to Sun, Ms. Davis was Senior Compliance Counsel for Otsuka America Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and its U.S. and Canadian affiliates. At Otsuka, she provided health care law guidance for device,
digital, and neuroscience drug products. She also developed and oversaw its North American contact center, which supported the handling of medical and pharmacovigilance inquiries and
FDA inspections.

Additionally, Ms. Davis’s corporate compliance experience encompasses a variety of activities, including preparation of policies and procedures, building diverse compliance teams, developing
compliance programs, and advising on global health care law and privacy topics. In support of commercial teams, she has designed, developed, and implemented enterprise commercial
systems to include technical compliance solutions that enable adherence to Federal and state laws.

Prior to her in-house roles, Ms. Davis practiced corporate defense litigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Her case portfolio included matters related to health care law, products liability,
commercial disputes, white collar crime, and insurance disputes. She also interned for the Strike Force Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Ms. Davis has received various recognitions, including the New Jersey Law Journal’s 50 under 40 New Leaders to the Bar Award. She has accomplished both publications and speaking
engagements. Her most recent article entitled, The Sisyphean Pursuit of Creating A Culture of Compliance, is featured in The Temple 10-Q -Temple’s Business Law Magazine. Also, she has been
a featured radio and television guest for station WIMG for segments entitled, “Healthcare & Ethics in a Technologically Advanced Age” and “Spotlight: Supporting the Development of AutoImmune Disease Therapies.”

Ms. Davis has served as an adjunct professor of law for Seton Hall Law School. She is a graduate of Cornell University and Temple University Beasley School of Law.