DuPont Announces Leadership Changes

DuPont today announced changes in management responsibilities for its investor relations and strategic planning functions.

Ann K. M. Gualtieri, vice president – DuPont Investor Relations and Corporate Plans, is appointed vice president – DuPont Corporate Strategy. She is responsible for DuPont Corporate Plans, DuPont Ventures, DuPont Intellectual Assets & Licensing Business, and the DuPont Economists' Office. Gualtieri will retain responsibility for Investor Relations until October 1.

Carl J. Lukach, global business director – DuPont Nonwovens, will become vice president – DuPont Investor Relations, effective October 1. Lukach will manage the company's interactions with the investment community.

To facilitate the leadership transition, Lukach will join the DuPont Investor Relations team on July 1. Lukach previously served as a director in DuPont Investor Relations from 1998 to 1999.

Also, James A. Forsman will become vice president & general manager – DuPont Safety Resources Business, effective June 1. He previously served as business director.

DuPont is a science company. Founded in 1802, DuPont puts science to work by solving problems and creating solutions that make people's lives better, safer and easier. Operating in more than 70 countries, the company offers a wide range of products and services to markets including agriculture, nutrition, electronics, communications, safety and protection, home and construction, transportation and apparel.

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