Senior Management Team
Interim CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors
Elchanan (Elan) Jaglom has been Chairman of the Board at Stratasys, since February 2015, and currently serves as interim CEO. Prior to that time, Jaglom served as chairman of the Executive Committee and Chairman of Objet’s board of directors from 2001 until the Stratasys-Objet merger. Jaglom has been involved in private equity and venture capital investment since the early 1980s, and is an active supporter of various charitable foundations focused around education. He is currently a member of the board of trustees of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv University and the Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Jaglom holds a B.S. in economics and statistics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and an MBA from New York University.
Chief Financial Officer
Lilach Payorski was appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective January 1, 2017. Prior to her appointment as CFO, Payorski served as Stratasys Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance, leading the corporate finance function following the Objet-Stratasys merger in 2012. Payorski also served as a CPA with Ernst & Young LLP, in Israel and Palo Alto, CA. With more than 20 years of finance experience prior to joining Stratasys, Payorski held various financial leadership roles, including positions at PMC Sierra, CheckPoint Software Technologies, and Wind River Systems.
Payorski holds a B.A. in accounting and economics from Tel Aviv University.
Richard Garrity was appointed President, Stratasys Americas, in August 2016. Previously, Garrity was Senior Vice President and General Manager, Vertical Solutions, overseeing aerospace/defense, automotive, medical, and dental vertical business units as well as Stratasys Strategic Consulting. Garrity joined Stratasys in 2010, serving as Vice President and General Manager for its RedEye subsidiary, now part of Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.
Garrity has a B.S. in general management and marketing and an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
Executive Vice President EMEA & APJ
An industry veteran with nearly two decades of senior leadership experience, Guy Yair serves as Executive Vice President of EMEA and Asia Pacific and Japan. Appointed to this position in 2017, Yair is currently responsible for driving company strategy and go-to-market across these key regions. Prior to Stratasys, he acted as Chief Executive Officer at Jacada. Yair was also part of the senior leadership team at WiMAX technology leader Alvarion, Ltd. and championed enterprise sales at Bynet Data Communications as the company's Executive Vice President of Sales.
Yair earned an MBA from Recanati Business School, Tel Aviv University.
EVP Products, Stratasys
Krieger currently serves as Stratasys EVP Products, setting the global roadmap and go-to-market direction and plans for their companywide execution, leading the product and application engineer teams. Mr. Krieger previously served as the General Manager for the Stratasys Asia Pacific and Japan businesses, from March 2015 through March 2018, following his role as Vice President of Sales for the region. Omer has spearheaded product innovation, driving customer adoption in the 3D Printing and Additive manufacturing domains, since his 2009 tenure at Objet Geomotries as Product Manager and through 2012 and the merger of Objet with Stratasys – today the global market leader in this advancing market.
He holds a Bachelor of Sciences in biomedical engineering and an MBA, as well.
Chief Marketing Officer
Jeremy Peterson joined Stratasys in September 2017 as Chief Marketing Officer. In this role Peterson is responsible for building the North American and Global Go-to- Market plan and Marketing Strategy. Peterson heads Brand Management, Public Relations, Demand Generation, Content Strategy, Digital Communications and Field Management. Driving Stratasys’ premiere brand leadership, channel strategies and customer acquisition/penetration are critical priorities. Prior to joining Stratasys, Peterson served as Chief Marketing Officer at Honeywell Environmental & Energy Solutions, where he also held a number of senior roles, including General Manager of Connected Homes, where he delivered significant growth through IOT strategies and execution.
Peterson holds a BS from North Dakota State University and an MBA from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota.
Nadav Goshen is Chief Executive Officer of Stratasys’ MakerBot subsidiary. Prior to being appointed CEO in January 2017, Goshen served as President of MakerBot. Before joining the company, Goshen led private equity investments in mobile and tech and served as CEO at SweetIM, worked at YoY, and was Deputy CEO at Babylon. In addition to his role at Stratasys, Goshen is an angel investor for startups, and serves as an advisor and board member for various companies.
Goshen holds a B.A. in Cinema & Television from Tel Aviv University.
Shuli Sharabani Ishai
Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources
Shuli Sharabani Ishai was named Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources, in July 2016, responsible for organizational transformation and development activities. Since December 2016, Ishai has also assumed responsibility for IT organization at Stratasys. Ishai has held numerous executive roles, including VP Corporate HR and VP Global Services at NICE Systems and Chief Resources Officer at Netafirm, responsible for HR, IT, Global Purchasing and PMI activities. Ishai comes to Stratasys with over two decades of professional HR and strategic business resource management.
Ishai holds an M.A. in organizational behavior from Tel Aviv University.
Vice President, Global Operations
Amir Kleiner was appointed to the role of Vice President of Global Operations in 2016, responsible for operational strategy and end-to-end execution at Stratasys. Kleiner joined Stratasys in 2011, serving in a number of capacities prior to his current role, including VP of Global Supply, VP of Israeli Operations, and Director of Quality Assurance and Operational Excellence. Kleiner brings more than 15 years of experience from global companies, including Kodak, where he worked from 1998 to 2010.
Kleiner holds a B.S. in industrial engineering from Ben Gurion University and an MBA in finance and information systems from Tel Aviv University.