Welcome to People on the move – May 2022, Insight’s monthly bulletin to keep the Australian ophthalmic sector updated on new appointments and personnel changes.
If you’d like to tell the market about a new person in your company, practice, or clinic, please send the person’s name, position, image and a short description about their role to editor Myles Hume for consideration at email@example.com.
Marcelle Nadler – Medmont International
Ms Marcelle Nadler, who has previously practised as an Australian optometrist, has started a new position as Senior Product Marketing Manager at Medmont International Pty Ltd where she is heading up marketing. She recently finished her (remote) Product Marketing Manager role at Nikon-Essilor after year-long border closures meant she couldn’t make the move to Tokyo for the job. “I look forward to this new role at Medmont where I can once again combine my passions of marketing, optometry and strategy,” she said.
Peter Menziuso – Johnson & Johnson Vision
Johnson & Johnson Vision has appointed Mr Peter Menziuso as Company Group Chairman. Throughout his 30-plus year career at the company, Menziuso has built a reputation as a purpose-driven, highly inclusive global leader, and now leads the full Johnson & Johnson Vision portfolio, which includes brands such as ACUVUE contact lenses, TECNIS family of intraocular lenses, and TearScience LipiFlow. “Peter’s breadth of experience and passion for eye health position him well to lead J&J Vision,” said Ashley McEvoy, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Chairman, Johnson & Johnson MedTech. “Peter has built a reputation as a purpose-driven, highly successful global leader, with a deep focus on innovation in service of healthcare professionals and patients.”
Mark Carmichael – RANZCO
RANZCO has appointed experience medical organisation executive, Mr Mark Carmichael, as its next CEO, effective 16 May. He comes to the position after serving as CEO of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists for the past decade. Prior to that, he was CEO of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgeons for five years. He holds a Bachelor of Health Science – Physical Education from the University of Western Australia and a Masters in Business Management from the University of Technology, Sydney. Carmichael said he was looking forward to working with the RANZCO Board and staff to further build on the strategic direction of the college and the specialty at large. He replaces Andrews who served nine years in the role, since 2013. He has been appointed CEO of the Australian Veterinary Association.