Terrance P. Callanan, Chief Culture Officer

bio Terry CallananTerrance P. Callanan is Chief Culture Officer for Carestream Health and is a member of the company’s senior leadership team. Mr. Callanan is responsible for enhancing organization performance through employee engagement, talent development, customer focus and continuous improvement.

Prior to assuming this role in 2018, Mr. Callanan served as Chief Quality Officer for Carestream (2011-2018) during which time the Quality Office led the company's customer experience program, built organizational capability through lean and Six Sigma training and certification programs, and drove out waste in business processes. Other responsibilities included oversight of the company's Regulatory Affairs and Quality Systems function and its Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability function.

Prior to joining Carestream in 2007, Mr. Callanan was Director of Quality for Global Equipment Manufacturing at Eastman Kodak Company. While at Kodak, Mr. Callanan was the first Six Sigma Program Manager of the Pilot Flow Division and established a Six Sigma culture recognized by the National Association of Manufacturers.

Mr. Callanan has a Ph.D. and M.S. in Statistics from Iowa State University, a B.S. In Statistics (with a biology concentration) from Colorado State University, and a Six Sigma Black Belt from Kodak. He has more than 30 years of experience in driving process improvements at Kodak, Carestream and in the Greater Rochester community. He serves on the Board of the Greater Rochester Quality Council, is a lead trainer for the community's Quality for Leaders program, and served as a reviewer for the New York State "Empire State Advantage" Baldrige program. He has presented and published numerous papers through the American Statistical Association and other quality organizations.