Board of Directors
Senior Vice President of Information Technology for Kaiser Permanente
Bridget E. Karlin is the senior vice president of information technology for Kaiser Permanente, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health care systems, with more than $85 billion in annual revenue. Employing more than 300,000 people, including some 87,000 doctors and nurses, the company serves more than 12 million patients.
Ms. Karlin previously served as the global chief technology officer and vice president of IBM’s multi-billion-dollar Global Technology Services business, responsible for enterprise clients’ IT Infrastructure. Prior to IBM, Ms. Karlin was general manager of the Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy and Integrated Products Division at Intel Corporation, where she also served as general manager for the company’s Hybrid Cloud Services. Ms. Karlin has held executive positions at a number of other technology companies, as well, including CompuCom Systems and Thinque Systems, which she founded.
Ms. Karlin serves on Dana’s Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee along with the Technology and Sustainability Committee.