Former HP Exec John N. McMullen is New Executive VP and Chief Financial Officer for Kodak


John N. McMullen has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer for Eastman Kodak effective June 15th. Kodak’s board of directors also elected McMullen as a corporate officer of Kodak, and he will become a member of the company’s executive council. McMullen will report to Kodak Chief Executive Officer Jeff Clarke.

McMullen, 55, will be responsible for Kodak’s financial strategy and all functions within Kodak’s finance organization. McMullen held a series of senior financial roles during a 32-year career with Hewlett-Packard, as well as with predecessor companies, Compaq Computer, and Digital Equipment Corporation. His positions included senior vice president of finance and corporate treasurer of HP, chief financial officer of HP’s Imaging and Printing Group, vice president of finance and strategy for Compaq’s Worldwide Sales and Services Group, Compaq’s director of investor relations, and controller of DEC’s Worldwide Products Division.

“John is an accomplished executive, recognized for his substantial financial and strategic expertise and deep knowledge of the commercial imaging and printing industries,” commend Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke. “He joins Kodak at an exciting time when we are cultivating many growth opportunities from across our worldwide product portfolio, while leveraging our strengths, such as our balance sheet, technology and brand. Having worked for many years with John in dynamic and complex situations, I know how effective he is at cutting through challenges and achieving excellent outcomes — and doing so at high speed.”

Since 2011, McMullen also has been a member of the board of directors and audit committee chair of Vocera Communications, where he has played an active role in helping the company to transition and scale its finance team and control environment, especially from the time Vocera went public in March of2012.

McMullen earned a B.A. in finance with a concentration in accounting from University of Massachusetts in 1981.

He succeeds Rebecca A. Roof who has, since September 2012, served as Kodak’s interim chief financial officer while remaining a managing director of AlixPartners LLP, which advised the company during its complex and successful Chapter 11 reorganization.


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