Joyce, McCorvey, and Oviedo Named Kodak VPs
Eastman Kodak Co. of Rochester, N.Y., announced today that its board of directors has elected Kevin Joyce, Antoinette McCorvey and Gustavo Oviedo as vice presidents, effective immediately. Joyce was named managing director, United States & Canada (US&C) region for Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group in April 2005, following the company's acquisition of Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG). He previously served as vice president of sales for KPG’s US&C region. He has more than 18 years of experience in executive sales, marketing and business management, specializing in high-tech electronic imaging and graphic arts businesses. From 1993 to 2001, he worked with Creo Products, a provider of electronic prepress systems to the graphic arts industry, where he held various senior management positions before becoming president of Creo America. McCorvey was appointed director and vice president of investor relations in March 2006. She joined the company in December 1999 as director, finance, Imaging Materials Manufacturing, and later held that same position in Global Manufacturing and Logistics and Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis. She also served as director, finance and vice president, Consumer Digital Imaging Group. Prior to Kodak, McCorvey had a 20-year career with Monsanto/Solutia that culminated with her serving as vice president/general manager of Nylon, Plastics, Polymers and Industrial Fibers. Oviedo was appointed managing director, Asia Pacific region, in March 2007. He also serves as managing director, Asia Pacific region, for the Graphic Communications Group, a position he assumed in 2006 following the KPG acquisition. Oviedo’s career includes 25 years of working in Latin America, Asia and Europe. Prior to joining KPG, he spent over 20 years with electromechanical and electronic products maker Schneider Electric, working in areas such as distribution, logistics, sales and marketing, business development, and strategic mergers and acquisitions.
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