AUDUBON, Pa., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Globus Medical, Inc., the largest privately held spinal implant manufacturer in the world, today announced the appointment of Wendy DiCicco, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer. Ms. DiCicco brings extensive experience in financial management of a publicly traded medical device manufacturer to the executive team at Globus. For the past ten years she was the CFO for Kensey Nash Corporation (Nasdaq: KNSY), a leading medical technology company providing innovative product development and advanced technology for a wide range of medical procedures.
"We are excited to have Wendy as part of our leadership at Globus," said Dave Demski, President and Chief Operating Officer. "Her financial knowledge and experience will be instrumental in helping us build upon our success as a leader in the spine industry."
Ms. DiCicco was at Kensey Nash Corporation for a total of twelve years. She joined the company in April 1996 as their corporate controller and became CFO in August 1998. As a key member of their executive strategic team, she led the company through various stages of growth. Previously, Ms. DiCicco was an Accounting and Audit Manager for the public accounting firm, Deloitte & Touche, LLP. She earned her Bachelor's in Accounting from the
About Globus Medical, Inc.
Globus Medical, Inc., is the largest privately held spinal implant manufacturer in the world and is based in Audubon, PA. The company was founded in 2003 by an experienced team of spine professionals with a shared vision to create products that enable spine surgeons to employ both fusion and non-fusion solutions to promote healing in patients with spinal disorders. Globus Medical has a full portfolio of spinal fusion products, burgeoning initiatives in biomaterials development and minimally invasive approaches, and is among the world leaders in the development of motion preservation technology. Additional information can be accessed at www.globusmedical.com
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