VSP Global Names Indar Chaudhuri President of VSP Optics


RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – VSP Global® today announced the appointment of Indar Chaudhuri as President of VSP Optics. Reporting to Earnie Franklin, VSP Global Chief Operating Officer, Chaudhuri is responsible for VSP Optics’ laboratory network, ophthalmic sales, product development, and supply chain operations. 

“We’re thrilled to welcome Indar to our team,” said Franklin. “His deep experience in global supply chain transformation, product management and end-to-end supply chain strategy will be a great addition to our leadership team and our work to further strengthen and grow our product portfolio.”  

Chaudhuri most recently served as Global Head of Value Chain at Lonza, a multinational chemicals and biotechnology company. He also previously held senior leadership roles across supply chain and operations at McKesson Corporation and Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Columbia University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Rutgers University.

Chaudhuri succeeds Don Oakley, who has served as President of VSP Optics since 2006. Oakley will now serve as a strategic advisor, focusing on the organization’s supply chain, reporting to Franklin.



About VSP Global

At VSP Global®, our purpose is to empower human potential through sight. As the first and only national not-for-profit vision benefits company, this is what drives everything we do. For more than 65 years, VSP has been the leader in health-focused vision care. Every day, the people that power our complementary businesses (VSP® Vision Care, Marchon® Eyewear, Inc., Visionworks®, Eyefinity®, Eyeconic®, VSP Optics, and VSP Ventures) work together to create a world where everyone can bring their best vision to life. That means providing affordable access to eye care and eyewear for more than 80 million members through a network of more than 39,000 doctors. And it means expanding access to vision care to those disadvantaged by income, distance, or disaster. Through VSP Eyes of Hope®, more than 3.3 million people in need have received no-cost eye care and eyewear. Learn more about how we’re reinvesting in greater vision, health, and opportunities for all at vspglobal.com.





Jace Duval