Join impressive women leaders at Siemens Healthineers

Join impressive women leaders at Siemens Healthineers

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Siemens Healthineers is committed to unleashing the power and potential of every single one of its employees, and to do that it focuses on building a more inclusive culture. Guided by its values, Siemens Healthineers embraces diversity in all its forms, at every level of the company.

Achieving sustainable growth in company value 

As the Siemens Healthineers top management body, the Managing Board is committed to serving the interests of the company and achieving sustainable growth in company value.

Members of the Managing Board are jointly responsible for the entire management of the company and decide on the basic issues of business policy and corporate strategy.

Bringing together a global business perspective

The Leadership Committee brings together the global business perspective and represents the specific local market needs in one team. It consists of the Managing Board Members and the global business and regions leaders.

Women as thought leaders 

Siemens Healthineers Darleen Caron

Siemens Healthineers values its female executives. 

Darleen Caron is Chief Human Resources Officer and member of the Managing Board of Siemens Healthineers AG, and has held the position of Labor Director at Siemens Healthcare GmbH since February 2021. Darleen is a global human resources executive with over 30 years of international experience in publicly traded companies across the industrial and services sectors. She has a proven track record of driving cultural, people and organizational transformation to support large scale M&A and integrations, as well as portfolio restructuring efforts. Darleen brings deep expertise in all areas of human resources, with a particular emphasis on building robust leadership and future talent bench strength. She has lived and worked in North America and in Europe.

Previously, Darleen was the Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for LyondellBasell, a US-based multinational chemical company with US$35 billion in revenues and presence in over 100 countries. Prior to joining LyondellBasell, Darleen was Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources for SNC-Lavalin, a Canada-based global engineering solutions company with CAN$10.4 billion in revenues and presence in over 90 countries.

Born in 1964 in Connecticut, USA, Darleen is a dual Canadian and American citizen. She holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Quebec in Montreal.

"As one of the 66,000 Siemens Healthineers employees, I take great personal pride and am inspired to contribute to our purpose of pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare. For everyone. Everywhere. Our ambition is to support that purpose by shaping a respectful and inclusive culture where our colleagues have space to grow and the opportunity to generate meaningful impact to the full extent of their diverse views and experiences. Employee engagement, diversity, and sustainability are cornerstones of our identity, of our value proposition to talent around the world, and the ongoing success of our business," explains Darleen. 

International leadership experience

Siemens Healthineers Elisabeth Staudinger

Elisabeth Staudinger, MA has been a Member of the Siemens Healthineers Managing Board since December 2021. She has served in diverse management positions with increasing responsibility and was most recently President of the Asia Pacific Region, including Greater China. She has a strong focus on leveraging digitalization to make healthcare services more accessible, affordable, and available.

Elisabeth led the Siemens Healthineers business in Asia Pacific since 2013, first based in Singapore, and from early 2018 in Shanghai, China. She has been actively involved in shaping the global strategy and culture of Siemens Healthineers both before and after the IPO in 2018. Under her leadership, the Siemens Healthineers business in Asia Pacific, particularly in China, has made significant progress. 

Elisabeth joined Siemens in 1998 and has worked in international management roles spanning from procurement and strategy, to marketing, manufacturing, and business unit CEO, in both Germany and Asia Pacific. 

Elisabeth was born in 1970 in Graz, Austria. She studied Economics, Sinology and History in Vienna, Beijing, and Nanjing.

"We have set ourselves very ambitious targets to address the manifold opportunities ahead for global health systems. One of our priorities is to change the status quo, where half of the world’s population lack access to essential health services. We are committed to do that through innovation, digitally-enabled services and solutions, and multi-stakeholder collaborations. For everyone, everywhere," comments Elisabeth

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