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Dow CEO Fitterling named NAM board chair

January 29, 2022
Chemical Value Chain

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has elected Dow chair and CEO Jim Fitterling as NAM board chair and Johnson & Johnson executive vice president and chief global supply chain officer Kathy Wengel as vice chair.

“[Fitterling and Wengel] have well-earned reputations as respected and visionary leaders of renowned global brands. We have many challenges to confront, and they will ensure our industry continues to lead our recovery and leverage new innovations to raise standards of living in America and around the world,” NAM president and CEO Jay Timmons says.

The NAM board of directors, which includes more than 200 manufacturing leaders, guides the association’s leadership in policy advocacy, workforce solutions, legal action, operational excellence, and news and insights.

By Jameson Croteau

Source: chemweek.com

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