August 3, 2022 – Henry Schein announced the appointment of two executives – Trinh Clark and Leigh Benowitz – to the company’s Executive Management Committee.
The appointment of Clark and Benowitz to the Executive Management Committee advances the implementation of Henry Schein’s 2022-2024 BOLD+1 Strategic Plan, which addresses how the company stays ahead of the fundamental shifts affecting our customers. This includes the goal to accelerate the adoption of digital technology not only by Henry Schein’s customers but also throughout the company.
Clark has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Global Customer Experience Officer, responsible for leading a new Global Customer Experience Organization that is focused on driving an exceptional customer experience across all of the Company’s sales channels as well as global brand marketing strategy, including the Henry Schein brand. Benowitz has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Global Digital Transformation Officer, responsible for leading a new Global eCommerce Transformation Organization that will focus on accelerating the adoption of digital commerce technologies across our Company, driving the transformation of our business strategy and operations using digital technology, and enabling the rapid growth of digital sales revenue for the organization.
A 15-year veteran of Henry Schein, Clark had been Vice President, Technology Enablement, North America Distribution Group. She reports to Brad Connett, the Chief Executive Officer of Henry Schein’s North America Distribution Group.
Clark has nearly 25 years of health care industry experience and has served in a variety of leadership roles at Henry Schein. Prior to joining Henry Schein, she was a founding member of eSurg, an online distributor of pharmaceutical, surgical, office, and medical supplies. Ms. Clark earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from University of Washington.
A five-year veteran of the Company, Benowitz had been Vice President, Customer & Digital Experience and Global E-Commerce Platform (GEP) Transformation Officer. She will continue to lead the implementation of GEP, and will now report to Christopher Pendergast, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer.
Before joining Henry Schein, she had a successful career in the financial services industry, and held a variety of marketing and digital leadership positions at Citi. Benowitz earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from State University of New York at Albany and her Master of Business Administration from Fordham University.