DuPont Announces New Responsibilities for Senior Leaders

DuPont today announced major new responsibilities for two of its senior leaders, effective April 15: Diane H. Gulyas, group vice president – DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies, will become Chief Marketing & Sales Officer.

Craig G. Naylor, group vice president – Asia Pacific, will add responsibility for DuPont Electronic & Communication Technologies.

"Diane will be fully dedicated to strengthening our Marketing & Sales competency as a key contributor to sustainable growth," said DuPont Chairman and CEO Charles O. Holliday, Jr. "She will be responsible for leading the competency to world-class status by driving an intense focus on customer needs, leveraging the scale and scope of DuPont across priority markets, and forging a strong linkage with our R&D organization to ensure that research priorities are aligned with market needs."

"By adding Electronic & Communication Technologies to Craig's responsibilities, we will be able to accelerate our speed to market for new product applications and more rapidly capture growth opportunities in Asia Pacific – the emergence point for electronic technology applications globally," Holliday said.

Gulyas will report to Senior Vice President John C. Hodgson, who will add DuPont Sourcing & Logistics to his responsibilities, which also include Marketing & Sales, Branding & Marketing Communications, Information Technology, and Six Sigma.

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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