Stericycle’s Executive Leadership team is dedicated to building a company that protects people and brands, promotes health and well-being, and safeguards the environment.
Representing a diverse collection of experience both inside and outside of Stericycle, each member of the Executive Leadership team has a strong track record of leading people to achieve results. Together, they are working to make Stericycle the most trusted partner in regulated waste management, compliance, and secure information destruction.
Cindy J. Miller has served as a Director since February 2019 and became Stericycle's President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2019 after serving as President and Chief Operating Officer since October 2018.
Prior to Stericycle, Ms. Miller served as President, Global Freight Forwarding for United Parcel Service (UPS). Ms. Miller had a 30-year career with UPS, starting as a driver and progressing to district manager for operating regions in the United States and then managing director for regions in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa before becoming President of the European region.
Ms. Miller received a bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University and completed the Senior Executive Leadership Programme from the London School of Business. In June 2021, Ms. Miller was named to the inaugural Forbes 50 Over 50 list, which recognizes entrepreneurs, leaders, scientists, and creators who, after the age of 50, are achieving their greatest accomplishments and making their biggest impact while shattering age and gender norms.
Janet H. Zelenka was named Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in June 2019. She assumed the additional duties and responsibilities of Chief Information Officer in June 2020.
Before joining Stericycle, she spent 15 years with Essendant, Inc., most recently serving as Chief Financial Officer until the company’s acquisition by Sycamore Partners. While at Essendant, she also served in the roles of Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Business Integration during a transformational period for the company, and held leadership positions in finance, analytics, audit, and pricing. Prior to Essendant, she spent 16 years at SBC/Ameritech (AT&T) in a range of IT, financial, and operational roles.
Ms. Zelenka has a bachelor’s degree from Rockford University and a master of business administration from Northern Illinois University. In May 2022 she won the 2022 Chicago CIO of the Year ORBIE Award (Enterprise). In October 2022 she also received the 2022 CIO+ Award from The Executives’ Club of Chicago, SIM Chicago and AITP Chicago.
S. Cory White was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer in October 2019. He joined Stericycle in April 2019 as Executive Vice President of Communication and Related Services (CRS). In this role Mr. White has oversight of all global commercial activity including sales, account management, sales operations, customer experience, marketing, product innovation, and strategy.
Mr. White previously served as the Global Chief Commercial Officer for Startek, Inc. for nearly three years and as Vice President, Healthcare and Government Vertical Leader, with Convergys, Inc. for six years. Prior to those roles, he spent 11 years with ACS Healthcare, a Xerox Company, in a variety of sales and operational roles including Senior Vice President of ACS Healthcare Payment Integrity Solutions.
Mr. White has a bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky.
Joe A. Reuter joined Stericycle as Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer in January 2019.
Mr. Reuter previously served as President, International Human Resources at United Parcel Service (UPS) since April 2016. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of the Europe Region human resources for three years and Vice President of human resources for the Global Freight Forwarding business for one year. He began his career as a parcel service provider and supervisor before moving into the human resources field and supporting UPS operating districts across the U.S. with increasingly larger areas of responsibility.
Mr. Reuter received a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Dakota.
Dominic Culotta joined Stericycle as Executive Vice President and Chief Engineer in April 2019. He was named Chief Transformation Officer in January 2021.
Prior to joining Stericycle, Mr. Culotta spent 35 years with United Parcel Service (UPS), most recently serving six years as Vice President of Engineering for Global Freight Forwarding and eight years as Vice President of Engineering and Operations for UPS' Europe, Middle East and Africa region while living in Brussels, Belgium. In addition to his typical responsibilities in Europe, he spent extensive time integrating major acquisitions into the core business. Prior to his international roles, he had completed various assignments in operations and engineering while relocating multiple times throughout the United States.
Mr. Culotta earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering sciences from Loyola College in Baltimore.
Michael S. Weisman joined Stericycle as Executive Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer in April 2018.
Mr. Weisman previously served as Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for The Kraft Heinz Company, a publicly listed packaged foods company, which he joined through Kraft Foods in July of 2015. Prior to the merger with Heinz Foods, he served as Chief Counsel, Compliance for Kraft Foods from July 2014; as Vice President, Ethics and Compliance for U.S. Foods from February 2013; and as Associate General Counsel, Compliance, at Career Education Corporation from 2010. He was also an associate and partner with the law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP for more than 10 years, serving as a member of the firm's White Collar Defense, Internal Investigations and Compliance Practice Group.
Mr. Weisman received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois and his juris doctor degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.
Rich M. Moore joined Stericycle as Executive Vice President of North American Operations in January 2019.
Prior to joining Stericycle, Mr. Moore spent 33 years with United Parcel Service (UPS), most recently as President of UPS' Illinois District since 2016. Previous experience includes three years as Vice President of European Operations, five years as President of the Northeast District, and three years as President for Utah, Idaho, and Southern Nevada plus previous other operations and transportation staff roles.
Mr. Moore has a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College and a master of business administration from National Louis University.
Daniel V. Ginnetti became Executive Vice President, International in June 2019 after serving as Stericycle’s Chief Financial Officer for five years. Mr. Ginnetti joined Stericycle as Area Vice President of Finance in 2003. In 2004 he was promoted to Area Vice President of Operations for Stericycle’s Western, and later, Midwestern business units. Following that, he was promoted to Senior Vice President of Operations for the United States and Canada. He returned to financial management in 2013 becoming Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance and then named CFO in June 2014.
Prior to joining Stericycle, Mr. Ginnetti held various finance and accounting positions with The Ralph M. Parsons Company, a worldwide engineering firm, and Ryan Herco Products Corp., a national industrial plastics distributor.
Mr. Ginnetti has a bachelor’s degree with honors in business economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Kurt M. Rogers joined Stericycle as Executive Vice President and General Counsel in July 2017.
Mr. Rogers previously served as Chief Legal Officer and Secretary of Vonage Holdings Corp., a publicly listed software technology and communications company, for more than seven years. Earlier, Mr. Rogers was a partner with international law firms Bingham McCutchen LLP (now Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP) and Latham & Watkins LLP, and as an associate with Rogers & Wells LLP (now Clifford Chance LLP), where he represented clients in litigation, intellectual property and other matters.
Mr. Rogers received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his juris doctor degree from Cornell Law School.