Silhouette International is searching a new president and chief executive for its U.S. subsidiary following the departure of Jan Cory, who held the two functions. Cory has led Silhouette's U.S. business for more than three years. Carol Montgomery, who has worked with the U.S. management and advised the board during 2017, has agreed to take over as interim chief executive, with immediate effect. She will be supported by Arnold Schmied, member of the U.S board and a shareholder of Silhouette. Montgomery is best known in the industry as the past chief executive of Revo, a function she held until Revo was sold to Bausch+Lomb in 1993. Since leaving Revo, she has advised as a consultant within the optical industry, and has held senior management positions at Sunglass Hut International. She has also served as interim chief executive and board member at Spy Optic.