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Kristin Dietzler Named President of Americas Region at Carestream Health

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June 18, 2020

Kristin Dietzler has been appointed President of Carestream Health’s Americas Region, effective immediately.

Kristin Dietzler will be responsible for leading and growing Carestream’s medical imaging, NDT and Dental traditional businesses in the United States, Canada and Latin American markets, and will lead the organization for these geographic areas.

Kristin Dietzler will report to David C. Westgate, Chairman, President and CEO of Carestream Health, and she is a member of the company’s executive leadership team.

With a 25-year track record of exceptional results, Ms. Dietzler is a recognized leader in the medical device and supplies industry. Most recently, she was General Manager and Global Commercial Lead at Medtronic, a medical device company.

“Kristin is a teamwork-focused leader with valuable experience managing large sales and marketing teams, and her customer-focused approach to doing business has enabled her to successfully meet aggressive sales targets year over year,” said David C. Westgate, Chairman, President and CEO, Carestream. “We welcome Kristin to our leadership team as we look to expand our market presence and build on the trust we have earned with customers based on our radiology expertise.”

Prior to her previous role at Medtronic, she served as Vice President and General Manager where she led the North America team that included a large direct sales organization in addition to indirect channels, national accounts and marketing teams.

Ms. Dietzler holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration-Marketing and Management from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana. She has served on the Board of Directors for the New Hope Foundation, and has held leadership positions on multiple corporate committees supporting diversity and inclusion.

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