Holly M. Hillberg

  • BS Chemical Engineering 1983

Holly M. Hillberg earned her BS in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University (1983); her MS in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, and completed the Executive Development Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and the Manufacturing Executive Program at the University of Michigan. She is Vice-President of Research & Development at Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc (a Johnson & Johnson company), responsible for the pipeline delivery of products to the marketplace and sits on the Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Board.  

Prior to joining Ortho-Clinical, Hillberg spent 23 years at Eastman Kodak, holding executive positions in Research & Development, Engineering, Operations and Global Commercialization and led the divestiture of Eastman Kodak Company’s Health Imaging Group business to the Onex Corporation, which led to the creation of Carestream Health, Inc.  Most recently, she was Vice President and Chief Technology Officer with Carestream Health. 

Hillberg was recently reappointed to the Board of Directors of MedTech, an upstate New York bioscience trade organization.  She previously served on this board from 2008-2010.  In 2009, Hillberg received the Rochester Business Alliance Women’s Council’s annual Athena Award, honoring an outstanding professional woman who demonstrates exceptional levels of business accomplishment and community involvement.  She received the Distinguished Alumni Award at Rochester Institute of Technology in 2009 and the Jan Lamphear Legacy Award from Kodak in 2005.  At Michigan Tech, Holly was inducted into the Presidential Council of Alumnae in 2007 and also served on the Michigan Tech Fun Board of Trustees and  the College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board. 

 

2012