Michael A. Korizno
Vice President, Worldwide Strategic Account Management and New Business Development and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company
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Michael Korizno is Vice President of Worldwide Strategic Account Management and New Business Development and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.  In this role, he continues to advance the corporate initiative of Customer Centricity, continues to advance the process of management for Strategic Accounts, and helps to define the key projects and initiatives for resource commitment and New Business Development.  This role is instrumental to our growth strategy and essential to developing our partnerships with our Strategic accounts around the world.  Mr. Korizno reports to Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey J. Clarke.

From December 2008 to December 2010, Mr. Korizno was Managing Director, Americas Region.  From November 2005 to December 2008, he was General Manager, Americas Region, Consumer Digital Imaging Group and Film, Photofinishing & Entertainment Group.  In this position he was responsible for all sales, marketing, and operations of the region, which included U.S., Canada, and Latin America.  From June 2004 to November 2005, he was Vice President, Worldwide Sales Operations, Digital & Film Imaging Systems.

Mr. Korizno joined Kodak in 1997 serving as the Worldwide Sales Manager for the Storage business.  In 1999, he was named Regional Business General Manager, D&AI, Americas Region.  In 2000, he became General Manager, Worldwide Digital Sales.  In February 2003, Mr. Korizno was elected a vice president of Eastman Kodak Company and also in 2003, served as General Manager, Worldwide Digital Sales based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Before joining Kodak, Mr. Korizno was a vice president of sales for Verbatim Corporation.  He also served as vice president Sales and Marketing at Sony Corporation in the recording media division.

Mr. Korizno has a Bachelor’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University and attended Pennsylvania State University’s MBA program.

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