Diebold Nixdorf Appoints New Chief People Officer

Radigan will lead the company's global employee-focused initiatives
Elizabeth C. (Lisa) Radigan at Diebold Nixdorf
Photograph courtesy of Diebold Nixdorf

HUDSON, Ohio — Software provider Diebold Nixdorf appointed Elizabeth C. (Lisa) Radigan as executive vice president and chief people officer. She replaces Beth Patrick, who is pursuing other interests outside the company.

Radigan, who previously held the role of Diebold Nixdorf's chief ethics and compliance officer since joining the company in 2014, will lead the company's global employee-focused initiatives, promoting a strong workforce of engaged employees and driving effective processes that support and equip employees worldwide. Radigan will also serve as a member of the company's senior executive leadership team.

She reports to Octavio Marquez, Diebold Nixdorf president and chief executive officer.

"Lisa is an accomplished leader who has contributed extensively to our company in leading a best-in-class ethics and compliance program,” Marquez said. “Her people-first approach and experience make her an ideal leader to help us attract, grow and retain the talent needed to meet our objectives."

Before joining Diebold Nixdorf, Radigan was an attorney at global law firm Jones Day, where she represented public companies in the U.S. Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and company internal investigations. In addition, Radigan has extensive experience designing and implementing policies, protocols, training materials, risk assessment materials and full compliance programs for Fortune 500 companies.

Radigan earned her law degree, with honors, from American University, Washington College of Law, and her bachelor's degree in history, with honors, from The Ohio State University. A resident of Northeast Ohio, she serves on the board of directors of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center and the Hudson Community Foundation.

Based in Hudson, Ohio, Diebold Nixdorf Inc. seeks to automate, digitize and transform the way people bank and shop by connecting digital and physical channels conveniently, securely and efficiently.

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