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”In today's business environment, we remain focused on helping our customers capture, transform and manage the power of their information. We are motivated to deliver exceptional customer experiences.”

Martin Brodigan

Portrait of Martin Brodigan, Chairman and CEO, Ricoh Americas Corporation

Martin Brodigan

Chairman and CEO
Ricoh Americas

Martin Brodigan was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ricoh in the Americas on May 1, 2012. Brodigan also serves as Group Executive Officer, Corporate Vice President for Ricoh Company, Ltd. of Tokyo, Ricoh Americas’ parent company.

As Chairman and CEO, Brodigan is focused on transforming Ricoh Americas from a company known for office imaging equipment into a services-led organization that helps customers make information work for them in today’s new world of work. This means enabling workers at organizations of all sizes to access  from anywhere, at any time, on any device  the information they need to make critical business decisions.

Brodigan has held many leadership positions throughout his tenure with Ricoh. He served as EVP and CFO of Ricoh in the Americas from 2010-2012, and as President and CEO of Ricoh U.S. from 2008-2010. In addition, from 1995 to 2007, Brodigan served Ricoh Canada — first as SVP of Finance and Administration, and then as President and CEO from 2000 to 2007.

From 1991 to 1995 Brodigan worked for Gestetner Plc (which was subsequently acquired by Ricoh) in London, first as Finance Director, Manufacturing, and then as Head of Internal Audit.

Brodigan obtained his Chartered Accountant qualification while working for KPMG in London. During his time with KPMG, Brodigan worked on audits, mergers and acquisitions for large public companies. Afterward, he joined a boutique investment bank based in Monaco, working on leveraged buyouts and tax planning strategies.

Mona Abutaleb

Senior Vice President, Services, Ricoh Americas
President and CEO, mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc., a Ricoh company

Mona Abutaleb was appointed Senior Vice President of Services for Ricoh in the Americas in November 2015, in addition to her existing position as President and CEO of mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc., a Ricoh company. In this new role, Abutaleb leads Ricoh’s Services business, which includes IT Services, Enterprise Services Delivery, Managed Services, Professional Services and traditional break-fix services support. She is accelerating our transformation journey to a services-led business through a single services organization.

Abutaleb has been a leader of technology-based service organizations for more than 30 years, and is one of the preeminent managed services industry executives in the world. She was named by The Cannata Report as one of the Women Influencers of 2015, and to the MSPmentor 250 list of the most influential executives shaping the industry in 2014. Prior to her role as CEO, Abutaleb served as mindSHIFT's President and COO (2009-2013), Chief Operating Officer (2007-2009) and Executive VP of Operations (2006).
Portrait of Mona Abutaleb, Senior Vice President, Services, Ricoh Americas Corporation, President & CEO, mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc., a Ricoh company
Prior to joining mindSHIFT, Abutaleb worked at Discovery Communications as the Executive VP of US New Media and Network Services. Before Discovery, Abutaleb flourished in her more than 18-year career with MCI — beginning as a traffic engineer with MCI in 1984, ending as the Senior VP of Planning and Engineering for WorldCom in 2002, and holding many senior positions with the conglomerate in the interim. Just prior to leaving WorldCom, Abutaleb was responsible for all aspects of global network planning, network engineering, service delivery, network systems development and IT operations.

Abutaleb graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Portrait of Gary Crowe, Senior Vice President and CFO, Ricoh Americas Corporation

Gary Crowe

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Ricoh Americas

On April 1, 2012, Gary Crowe was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Ricoh in the Americas. As CFO, Crowe oversees all of our finance operations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America.

Crowe has more than 25 years of experience in auditing, accounting, consulting and international finance. During his 15-year tenure with us, he has been a key member of the finance organization, with a strong operational focus.

Crowe currently oversees our more than 750-person finance team. Additionally, he's responsible for our U.S. leasing business, which includes managing a captive portfolio, as well as the Ricoh U.S. pension committee, with fiduciary responsibility for $2.5B in assets relating to defined benefit and defined contribution plans.

Crowe started his career with Ernst & Young, and held finance positions at other Fortune 500 companies. He also served in the U.S. Army.
Crowe holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Penn State University, as well as certifications as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Global Management Accountant (CGMA) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA). He is engaged in the finance community, serving as a board member of Delaware Valley Friends School. Crowe is a member of the Wall Street Journal’s CFO Network and has presented at industry speaking engagements focused on CFOs, managing risk and innovative ways to drive cost savings, and has been featured on CFO.com.

Matt Trevorrow

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Services Delivery
Ricoh Americas

Matt Trevorrow joined Ricoh in the Americas in October 2012 to lead the US Enterprise Services Delivery (ESD) organization.
The team is responsible for pre-sales support activities, such as solution design and service offering positioning, along with post-sale implementation and installation of sold solutions. The ESD team also includes a consulting practice with competencies in information mobility, work style innovation, project management, change management, and security and records management.

Trevorrow has been in the IT Services industry for more than 30 years, having spent most of his career with Electronic Data Systems (EDS), which is now part of Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise Services. Trevorrow left HP as Vice President for ITO Services, having led global service lines including WorkPlace and Data Center Services. Prior to becoming a Vice President, he held the positions of Global Alliance Director for Microsoft, Practice Manager for Enterprise Application Integration, Account Executive and Program Manager.
Portrait of Matt Trevorrow, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Services Delivery, Ricoh Americas Corporation
Trevorrow led the delivery and was executive sponsor for many F2000 clients across seven different industries, and sat on the advisory boards for Dell, Microsoft and Intel.
Portrait of Tim Vellek, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Ricoh Americas Corporation

Tim Vellek

Senior Vice President, Marketing
Ricoh Americas


Tim Vellek was appointed Senior Vice President, Marketing for Ricoh in the Americas in July 2014. Vellek is a seasoned industry professional, bringing more than 37 years of marketing, service, support and sales experience – throughout the Americas and internationally.

In his current role, Vellek leads Ricoh’s marketing efforts across all areas of the business to strategically align with Ricoh’s services-led transformation. These areas include: Product Marketing, Production Print, U.S. Dealer Sales and Marketing, Services and Solutions, Channel Marketing, Customer Experience and Digital Marketing, Marketing Communications, Alliances and Sustainability initiatives. Engaging with Ricoh Company, Ltd. on a regular basis, Vellek’s leadership is critical to strengthening Ricoh’s position as a number one technology and services provider in the industry.

Vellek has held numerous positions within Ricoh Americas, most recently leading Ricoh’s Production Printing Business Group. Previously, he served as Chief Operating Officer for Lanier Europe Group, a €500 million business responsible for the Europe, Africa and Middle East markets, and led the integration of Lanier and the acquisition of Agfa-Gevaert’s Copy System Division in 17 countries. Vellek began his career with Lanier, holding vital positions such as Vice President, New Business Strategies and Vice President, Worldwide Service and Support.

Vellek attended the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and served in the United States Air Force in the Strategic Air Command.

 Donna Venable

Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Ricoh Americas

Donna Venable was appointed Executive Vice President, Human Resources for Ricoh in the Americas in April 2015. She is responsible for overseeing human resources activities for all Ricoh locations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. This includes:


  • Leadership development
  • Employee relations
  • Succession planning
  • Total rewards
  • Diversity
  • Corporate social responsibility


Venable also serves as Corporate Associate Advisory Officer of Ricoh Company, Ltd., which expands her role to include Ricoh’s global HR initiatives as she works with leadership and HR teams in Japan.                                                                                   

Portrait of Donna Venable, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Ricoh Americas Corporation
Venable most recently served as Senior Vice President, Human Resources for Ricoh in the Americas after holding the same role for IKON Office Solutions before its acquisition by Ricoh. She has more than 14 years of human resources experience with IKON, and 22 total years managing HR functions.

Venable also served as Vice President, Human Resources Shared Services, where she led IKON’s global compensation, benefits, systems and programs teams. Previously, Venable held HR roles with Doubletree Hotels and Guest Quarters Hotels.

Venable is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She is engaged in the HR community serving as a board member of the HR Executive Alliance and co-chair of the HR Executive Summit, Pennsylvania and New Jersey Chapters. She has presented at industry speaking engagements focused on leadership and employee development, and has been featured in Chief Learning Officer magazine.