Chair, Knowledge and Innovation Committee, PQMD
Global Philanthropic and Corporate Giving Manger
Mitch Eiting is the Manager of Global Philanthropic and Corporate Giving, and has been with Midmark Corporation since 1986. He also serves as the President of the Midmark Foundation. In this role, Eiting promotes Midmark’s vision and mission to provide products and services for efficient and effective patient care, and to make a positive difference in the practice of healthcare and in every life we touch.
Eiting oversees Midmark’s corporate donation programs, which includes monetary and product donations both domestic and abroad. He also coordinates our volunteer programs, mission trips and donation activities with our corporate partners through sponsorships and product promotions to donate healthcare equipment to developing countries in need, as well as clinics in underprivileged areas.
Eiting serves local and national communities in several ways, as a board member of the Wright State University – Lake Campus Foundation, Versailles Council of Churches, Booher Endowment advisory board and on the Advisory Board for the Village Green Nursing Home. In addition, he serves on two national boards, PQMD (Partnership for Quality Medical Donations) & TECH (Technical Exchange in Christian Healthcare). He serves on the executive teams for almost all these boards. He also serves as President of a private foundations and is president of a non-profit that serves developing countries.
Eiting holds an Associate Degree in Sales and Marketing from Edison Community College, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Wright State University.
He is married with four children.