MSR® Names Patrick Diller Marketing Manager for MSR Global Health


SEATTLE, WA (December 2, 2015) — MSR (Mountain Safety Research), the long-time Seattle-based manufacturer of high-performance outdoor equipment, today announced Patrick Diller as marketing manager for the brand’s Global Health division launched earlier this year.

In his new position, Diller will assist MSR Marketing Director Jane Mauser in developing project plans in support of key marketing initiatives and lead cross-functional teams in executing these projects on a local and global level.

 “Patrick is an excellent addition to MSR’s Global Health division,” Mauser said. “His blend of marketing experience and passion for global health issues has already proven to be a valuable addition. We’re excited to see Global Health continue to grow with Patrick’s marketing expertise and enthusiasm.”

 Diller, an avid traveler and father of 2, previously served in various store leadership roles for Whole Foods Market throughout Washington and Michigan, where he oversaw store operations, including successful marketing strategies, merchandizing programs and content creation for a range of programs. In addition, Diller spent more than 10 years in the real estate industry in both sales and consulting roles, and has volunteered with Zidisha, a micro-lending non-profit based in Virginia. Diller is a member of King County Explorer Search & Rescue and is a certified First Aid, CPR and AED instructor."

 “As an outdoor enthusiast, I was very aware of the high quality and innovative gear that MSR and CDI produce,” Diller said. “When I saw they were leveraging their expertise to confront relevant issues in global health, I knew instantly it was something I wanted to be a part of.”

About MSR® (Mountain Safety Research®) Global Health

Seattle-based MSR has been a leader in outdoor gear design and U.S. manufacturing since 1969, outfitting adventurers with the finest, most reliable gear for performance in the harshest conditions. MSR Global Health, a new division launched in 2015, harnesses that expertise to improve access to basic human needs—food, water, shelter and mobility—for people in low-resource communities throughout the world. In partnership with leading universities, technology development firms, non-profit organizations and funding agencies, MSR Global Health accesses cutting-edge technologies and utilizes a broad range of in-house capabilities from scientific research to manufacturing and commercialization to bring high-quality, innovative global health solutions to market. For more information, visit