Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp., a Plainsboro-based medical technology company, announced it has promoted one employee and hired another.
The company announced Glenn Coleman has been named to the newly-created role of chief operating officer and Carrie Anderson has been hired as chief financial officer, effective Monday.
Coleman will be responsible for overseeing the company’s operations and approximately 60% of Integra’s talent force. Anderson is tasked with overseeing accounting and financial reporting, budgeting, internal audit, tax, treasury and investor relations.
“Having doubled the size of our business over the past several years and nearly completing the transformational Codman acquisition integration, we have reached a critical inflection in Integra’s history,” Peter Arduini, CEO and president, Integra LifeSciences, said.
“Looking at the opportunities ahead, the creation of the COO role will provide the oversight we need to accelerate our future growth. The move will also allow me to focus greater attention on our long-term strategic direction and spend more time with our customers. I’m also excited to welcome Carrie to Integra. With her background working for large, diversified organizations operating in competitive environments, she brings a wealth of relevant experience to the role,” he said.
Prior to his appointment, Coleman served as chief financial officer and corporate vice president at Integra. Before that, he spent 25 years in financial management positions including Curtiss-Wright and Alcatel-Lucent. He began his career at PWC.
Prior to Integra, Anderson most recently served as chief accounting officer and corporate controller at Dover Corp. Before that, she spent over a decade at Aptiv. She began her career with General Motors in 1991.