Ms. Ezgi Yagci Joins Inspire Medical Systems As The New Vice...

Ms. Ezgi Yagci Joins Inspire Medical Systems As The New Vice President Of Investor Relations

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Friday, August 19, 2022

Inspire Medical Systems has employed Ezgi Yagci as Vice President of Investor Relations.

FREMONT, CA: "The team is very excited to welcome Ezgi and her vast experience in the medical technology sector to Inspire,” states Tim Herbert, President and Chief Executive Officer of Inspire Medical Systems. Inspire Medical Systems, a medical technology company focused on developing and commercializing innovative, minimally invasive solutions for patients with obstructive sleep apnea, has hired Ezgi Yagci for the position of Vice President of Investor Relations.

“She will have a positive impact on our expanding investor relations program and play a key role in contributing to the overall strategy of the organization,” adds Herbert.

Ms. Yagci joins Inspire from Zimmer Biomet, where she has been Investor Relations Manager since July 2020. Ms. Yagci contributed significantly to the Environmental, Social, and Governance disclosures while studying, benchmarking, and improving the company's annual sustainability report. She was responsible for all areas of results preparation, participation at investment conferences, sell-side meetings, and proactive, focused outreach to shareholders.

“I am thrilled to join the team at Inspire, especially as the company anticipates important product innovations and enhancements that will fuel its further growth,” states Ms. Yagci. “I look forward to contributing to Inspire's mission of serving the many patients with untreated OSA.”

Ms. Yagci has more than fifteen years of experience as an institutional investor in medical devices and healthcare services. She has held senior positions at multiple top-tier investment firms, including Balyasny Asset Management, Green Arrow Capital Management (Millennium Management), TIAA-CREF, Partner Fund Management, and RS Investments. She possesses a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations.

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