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    Kim VanGelder
    Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company
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    Kim VanGelder was appointed Chief Information Officer in 2004.  She reports to Chief Executive Officer Jeff Clarke.  The Board of Directors elected her a senior vice president effective January 2015.

    Since joining Kodak in 1984, VanGelder has held a variety of positions in Information Technology.  For several years, she led the Corporate group responsible for defining Kodak’s global IT architecture and standards.  In 1996, she was appointed Director of the Global ERP Competency Center, where she built the organization responsible for supporting Kodak’s worldwide SAP implementation.  In 2000, she was appointed Director of Information Technology for Kodak’s Research & Development organization, where she was responsible for the strategic and operational aspects of IT for worldwide R&D.  The Board of Directors elected her a corporate vice president in 2004.  In addition to her role as CIO, in 2007 she was asked to lead a set of initiatives focused on the transformation of key business processes across the company.  In 2011, she assumed the additional role of driving a more customer-centric, streamlined, and information-enabled go-to-market operating model.  In January 2015, Health, Safety, Environment & Sustainability moved into the CIO office reporting to VanGelder.

    VanGelder holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  She is a member of RIT's Board of Trustees, the Dean's Council for RIT's Golisano College, and the Board of Directors of the Rochester Area Community Foundation.