|The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania||1987|
Gerald P. Quindlen is the president and chief executive officer of Logitech, as well as an executive member of Logitechâ€™s Board of Directors and Committee for Board Compensation.
Mr. Quindlen leads a Nasdaq 100 company with operations in more than 100 countries. Logitech is the world’s largest manufacturer of computer mice, as well as a major provider of personal peripherals that define the way people work, play and communicate in the digital world. Under Mr. Quindlen, Logitech continues its focus on strengthening its global brand, building its categories across a broad set of markets and channels and meeting customer needs with products that are technically sound, innovative, well designed and affordably priced. The company also aims to maintain its competitive edge in high-volume manufacturing and integrated worldwide operations.
Mr. Quindlen became the president and chief executive officer of Logitech in January 2008. He joined Logitech as senior vice president, Worldwide Sales and Marketing in October 2005.
Mr. Quindlen joined Logitech after 17 years with the Eastman Kodak Company, where his most recent position was vice president of global sales and operations for the Consumer and Professional Imaging Division, which generated $7 billion in annual revenue. Previously, Mr. Quindlen held senior sales, marketing and general management positions in the United States, Japan and Asia Pacific, where he led key initiatives that boosted Kodak’s business in a highly competitive environment. Mr. Quindlen joined Kodak after completing graduate studies. Previously he had worked for Mobil Oil Corporation as a process engineer.
Mr. Quindlen holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Villanova University in Pennsylvania, and an M.B.A. in finance from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in Philadelphia.