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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Andrew Liveris

60 2006 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Howard Ungerleider

46 2014 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

James Fitterling

53 2014 Vice Chairman - Business Operations

Charles Kalil

63 2015 Executive Vice President, General Counsel

Heinz Haller

59 2012 Executive Vice President and President - Dow Europe, Middle East, Africa and India

Ronald Edmonds

57 2009 Vice President, Controller

Fernando Ruiz

59 2001 Corporate Vice President, Treasurer

Johanna Soderstrom

43 2015 Corporate Vice President - Human Resources & Aviation

Peter Holicki

54 2014 Corporate Vice President - Manufacturing and Engineering, and Environment, Health & Safety Operations

A Sreeram

47 2013 Corporate Vice President - Research & Development

Joe Harlan

55 2014 Chief Commercial Officer & Vice Chairman, Market Business

Amy Wilson

2015 Corporate Secretary, Assistant General Counsel

Jeff Fettig

58 2012 Lead Independent Director

Arnold Allemang

71 2004 Director

Ajaypal Banga

54 2013 Independent Director

Jacqueline Barton

61 1993 Independent Director

James Bell

65 2005 Independent Director

Mark Loughridge

59 2015 Independent Director

Raymond Milchovich

63 2015 Independent Director

Robert Miller

72 2015 Independent Director

Paul Polman

59 2010 Independent Director

Dennis Reilley

61 2007 Independent Director

James Ringler

69 2001 Independent Director

Ruth Shaw

67 2005 Independent Director

Jack Broodo

2014 Vice President

Biographies

Name Description

Andrew Liveris

Mr. Andrew N. Liveris is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of The Dow Chemical Company. He is Employee of Dow since 1976. General manager of Dow’s Thailand operations 1989-1992. Group business director for Emulsion Polymers and New Ventures 1992-1993. General manager of Dow’s start-up businesses in Environmental Services 1993-1994. Vice President of Dow’s start-up businesses in Environmental Services 1994-1995. President of Dow Chemical Pacific Limited* 1995-1998. Vice President of Specialty Chemicals 1998-2000. Business Group President for Performance Chemicals 2000-2003. President and Chief Operating Officer 2003-2004. President and Chief Executive Officer 2004 to date and Chairman 2006 to date.

Howard Ungerleider

Mr. Howard I. Ungerleider is Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of The Dow Chemical Company. Ungerleider joined Dow in 1990 and his career has spanned a wide variety of commercial, financial, geographic, functional and enterprise-level leadership roles both in the United States and in Europe. He joined Dow’s Food & Specialty Packaging business in 1997 and the following year moved to Dow’s European headquarters in Switzerland, where he held management responsibilities for several of Dow’s specialty polyethylene and polyolefin brands. Ungerleider was named business director for Dow’s global Wire and Cable Compounds business in 2000, and in 2004 became the global director of Integrated Supply Chain for Plastics, Performance Chemicals and Thermosets, managing supply chain activities for global businesses across Dow’s basics, specialties and market-facing portfolios. In 2006, Ungerleider was appointed North American commercial vice president for Basic Plastics business portfolio, which was comprised of 2,500 employees and served 500 customers throughout North America. In this role, Ungerleider was responsible for creating and driving an investor outreach program that provided timely, credible information regarding Dow’s strategic transformation and performance in the midst of the worst global economic crisis in decades. He was also a member of the Finance leadership team, providing counsel and support to Dow’s Chief Financial Officer. Ungerleider earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas in Austin and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from University of California in Los Angeles. He serves on the Board of Directors of Sadara Chemical Company and the Member’s Committee of Dow AgroSciences. He also serves on the Boards of Directors of Wolverine Bancorp, Keep America Beautiful and is an Executive Committee Member of the Water & Woods Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

James Fitterling

Mr. James R. Fitterling is Vice Chairman - Business Operations of The Dow Chemical Company. Fitterling joined Dow in 1984. After serving in a variety of Sales, Marketing and Supply Chain positions in Liquid Separations, he was named commercial director for Liquid Separations, Dow Pacific in 1994. He was appointed as President Basic Plastics 2007 to 2009. Vice President Corporate Development 2009 to August 2010. Dow Executive Vice President and President, Plastics and Hydrocarbons August 2010 to September 2011. Executive Vice President and President, Feedstocks & Energy and Corporate Development September 2011 to September 2012. Executive Vice President, Feedstocks, Performance Plastics, Asia and Latin America September 2012 to December 2013. Present position held since December 2013.

Charles Kalil

Mr. Charles J. Kalil is a Executive Vice President, General Counsel of The Dow Chemical Company. He is no longer serve as Corporate Secretary of the Company effective February 1, 2015. He has been employee of Dow since 1980. U.S. Department of Justice - Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of Michigan 1977-1980. Attorney, Environmental Litigation 1980-1982. General Counsel of Petrokemya (a former 50:50 joint venture of the Company) 1982-1983. Regional Counsel to Middle East/Africa 1983-1986. Senior Attorney 1986-1987. Litigation Staff Counsel and Group Leader 1987-1990. Senior Financial Law Counsel, Mergers and Acquisitions 1990-1992. General Counsel and Area Director of Government and Public Affairs for Dow Latin America 1992-1997. Special Counsel and Manager of INSITE™ legal issues 1997-2000. Assistant General Counsel for Corporate and Financial Law 2000-2003. Associate General Counsel for Corporate Legal Affairs 2003-2004. Dow Corporate Vice President and General Counsel 2004-2007. Senior Vice President and General Counsel 2007-2008. Executive Vice President and General Counsel 2008 to date. Corporate Secretary 2005 to date. Board member of Dow Corning Corporation, Dorinco Reinsurance Company, and Liana Limited. Member of the Conference Board's Council of Chief Legal Officers. Member of the American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar and the State Bar of Michigan. Board member of Institute for Legal Reform, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Recipient of 2010 Bridge Builder of the Year Award, American Arab Chamber of Commerce.

Heinz Haller

Mr. Heinz Haller is Executive Vice President and President - Dow Europe, Middle East, Africa and India of The Dow Chemical Company. He has been appointed as President, Dow Europe, Middle East and Africa of the Company, effective August 1, 2012. Haller joined Dow in 1980 as a sales representative in Horgen, Switzerland and developed his career in several marketing and commercial roles across many Dow businesses including Emulsion Polymers, Specialty Chemicals and Chlorinated Solvents. In 1994, Haller left Dow and joined the chemical distribution company, Pluss-Staufer AG, as Managing Director, a position he held for five years before being appointed Chief Executive Officer of Red Bull Sauber AG and Sauber Petronas Engineering AG. In March 2002, he moved to Allianz Capital Partners GmbH as one of the company's Managing Directors and remained there for four years until he rejoined Dow. Haller returned to Dow in June 2006 and assumed an executive leadership role in a variety of areas including one in Performance Products. He was named to his current role in August 2010. Haller holds a master's degree in business administration from IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland and earned a certification in the advanced executive program from UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

Ronald Edmonds

Mr. Ronald C. Edmonds is a Vice President, Controller of The Dow Chemical Company. He has been employee of Dow since 1992. Arthur Andersen & Co. 1979-1982. The Upjohn Company 1982-1991. Chiquita Brands International 1991-1992. Dow Latin America Audit Manager 1992-1994. Latin America Payables Controller 1994-1997. Global Payables Controller 1997-1998. Global Procurement Service Center Leader 1998-2001. Global Accounting Director 2001-2007. Business Finance Vice President for Performance Plastics and Chemicals and Market Facing Businesses 2007 to June 2009. Vice President and Assistant Controller July 2009 to November 2009. Vice President and Controller November 2009 to date. Director of Dorinco Reinsurance Company, DSL Holdings Inc. and Liana Limited. Director of the Midland Center for the Arts. Member of Financial Executives International Committee on Corporate Reporting, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants.

Fernando Ruiz

Mr. Fernando Ruiz is a Corporate Vice President, Treasurer of The Dow Chemical Company., since August 1, 2001. He is a employee of Dow since 1980. Treasurer, Ecuador Region 1982-1984. Treasurer, Mexico Region 1984-1988. Financial Operations Manager, Corporate Treasury 1988-1991. Assistant Treasurer, USA Area 1991-1992. Senior Finance Manager, Corporate Treasury 1992-1996. Assistant Treasurer 1996-2001. Corporate Director of Insurance and Risk Management 2001. Corporate Vice President and Treasurer 2001 to date. President and Chief Executive Officer, Liana Limited and Dorinco Reinsurance Company 2001 to date. President of Dow Credit Corporation 2001 to date. Director of Dow Financial Services Inc. Member of Financial Executives International. Board member of DeVry, Inc. and Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit Branch.

Johanna Soderstrom

Ms. Johanna Soderstrom is the Corporate Vice President - Human Resources & Aviation of The Dow Chemical Company. In this role, Söderström leads Dow’s global Human Resources strategy and operations, and oversees Dow's Corporate Aviation team. Söderström started her career with Ericsson in Finland, where she held positions in Human Resources and Finance. She joined Dow in Helsinki, Finland in 1999 as HR Manager for the Nordic region. Söderström progressed through a series of Dow Human Resources positions in the Nordic, Germany and Switzerland. In 2000, she moved to Dow’s location in Stade, Germany to serve as HR Workforce Planning Implementation Leader. Three years later she was appointed Compensation & Benefits Leader for Southern Europe, Middle East, Africa and India and relocated to Horgen, Switzerland. In 2005 Söderström assumed the role of HR Business Partner for Dow’s Hydrocarbons & Energy business. She left Dow in 2006 to join Huhtamaki in Finland as head of global Compensation & Benefits and then rejoined Dow in October 2007 as HR Geographic Leader for Germany. Two years later, Söderström assumed additional responsibility as HR director for Dow Europe, Middle East & Africa, based in Horgen, Switzerland. In late 2010 Söderström was appointed Global HR Director for Dow’s Performance Materials Division in Midland, MI. She was subsequently named Vice President of Dow’s HR Center of Expertise in September 2012. Söderström was named to her current role in December of 2014. Söderström holds a master’s degree in economics from Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki, Finland and a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the Swedish School of Business Administration in Helsinki, Finland. Söderström is a member of the Dow Corporate STEM Council and the company’s Executive Diversity & Inclusion Network Council.

Peter Holicki

Mr. Peter Holicki is Corporate Vice President, Manufacturing and Engineering, and Environment, Health & Safety Operations of the company., He was served as Global Manufacturing Vice President, Hydrocarbons May 2009 to October 2012. Vice President for Manufacturing and Engineering Europe, Middle East and Africa May 2009 to October 2012. Vice President of Operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa and the Ethylene Envelope October 2012 to December 2013.

A Sreeram

Mr. A.N. Sreeram is Vice President, Research & Development of the company., Prior to joining Dow, Sreeram served as the Global Technology Director and Chief Technology Officer for DuPont Electronic Technologies. He also previously served as Vice President of Worldwide Technology for Cookson Electronics and led the Electronic and Flat Display Program for Sarnoff Corporation. Sreeram, who holds more than 20 U.S.-issued patents, earned his doctorate degree from the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his master’s degree in Glass Science from Alfred University in New York. He is also a graduate of the ceramics engineering program from the Indian Institute of Technology – BHU in Varanasi, India. Sreeram serves on the Advisory Board for the University of California (Berkeley) College of Engineering and on the Dow Corning Board of Directors as a member of the Dow Corning Corporate Responsibility Committee.

Joe Harlan

Mr. Joe E. Harlan is a Chief Commercial Officer & Vice Chairman, Market Business of Company. He was Executive Vice President - Chemicals, Energy, and Performance Materials of The Dow Chemical Company. Harlan joined Dow in September, 2011, coming from 3M Corporation where he was executive vice president of the Consumer and Office business. Prior to 3M, Harlan spent 20 years with the General Electric Company (GE), where he held various finance, business development, and operational roles in their Plastics, Appliance and Medical Systems businesses, eventually serving as vice president and CFO of GE Lighting. In 2001, Harlan joined 3M as vice president, Financial Planning. He then spent two years in Japan with Sumitomo 3M Limited, its Japanese subsidiary, where he served first as executive vice president, and then as president and chairman of the board. He became executive vice president of the 3M Electro and Communications business based in Austin, Texas, in 2004. Harlan is a member of the Board of Directors of Flowserve Corporation acting as Finance Committee chairman and of Dow Corning Corporation. He also serves as an executive committee member of the board of the American Chemistry Council and participates on the Indiana University Deans Advisory Council for the Kelly School of Business. Harlan holds a Bachelor’s degree in finance from Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana.

Amy Wilson

Ms. Amy E. Wilson has been appointed as Corporate Secretary, Assistant General Counsel of the Company effective February 1, 2015. Wilson joined Dow's Legal Department in 2000 in Purchasing and Human Resources Law. In 2002, she transferred to the Corporate and Financial Law section and in 2006 she moved to Dow's Europe legal department in Horgen, Switzerland. Upon her return from Europe in 2008, she joined the Office of the Corporate Secretary and was elected assistant secretary by the Board of Directors. Wilson was named director of the Office of the Corporate Secretary in 2013. Prior to joining Dow, Wilson was an attorney at the firm of Currie Kendall, PC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

Jeff Fettig

Mr. Jeff M. Fettig is Lead Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company. He serves in Whirlpool Corporation (a manufacturer of home appliances) – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer 2004 to date; President and Chief Operating Officer 1999-2004; Executive Vice President 1994-1999; President, Whirlpool Europe and Asia 1994-1999; Vice President, Group Marketing and Sales, North American Appliance Group 1992-1994; Vice President, Marketing, Philips Whirlpool Appliance Group of Whirlpool Europe B.V. 1990-1992; Vice President, Marketing, KitchenAid Appliance Group 1989-1990; Director, Product Development 1988-1989.

Arnold Allemang

Mr. Arnold A. Allemang is Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since 1996. The Dow Chemical Company – Employee of Dow 1965-2008. Manufacturing General Manager, Dow Benelux B.V.* 1992-1993. Regional Vice President, Manufacturing and Administration, Dow Benelux B.V.* 1993. Vice President, Manufacturing Operations, Dow Europe GmbH* 1993-1995. Dow Vice President and Director of Manufacturing and Engineering 1996-1997. Dow Vice President, Operations 1997-2000. Executive Vice President 2000-2004. Senior Advisor 2004-2008. Member of the Advisory Board for RPM Ventures, the President’s Circle of Sam Houston State University, and the American Chemical Society.

Ajaypal Banga

Mr. Ajaypal S. Banga is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Co., since February 19, 2013. He serves in MasterCard Incorporated (a technology company in the global payments industry) – President and Chief Executive Officer, July 2010 to date; Board Member, April 2010 to date; President and Chief Operating Officer of MasterCard Incorporated and MasterCard International Incorporated, August 2009-July 2010. Citigroup (a provider of financial services) – Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup Asia Pacific region, March 2008-August 2009. Previous positions from 1996 to 2009 included Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup’s International Global Consumer Group, Executive Vice President of Citigroup’s Global Consumer Group, President of Citigroup’s Retail Banking North America, business head for CitiFinancial and the U.S. Consumer Assets Division and division executive for the consumer bank in Central/Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India. PepsiCo (a worldwide food and beverage company) – 1994-1996. Nestlé (a worldwide food company) – 1981-1994. Chairman of the U.S.-India Business Council. Member of the Executive Committee of the Business Roundtable and chair of its Information and Technology Initiative. Member of the International Business Committee of the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, Weill Cornell Medical College Board of Overseers, The Economic Club of New York, The Financial Services Roundtable and the boards of The American Red Cross and the New York City Ballet. Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association and was awarded the Foreign Policy Association Medal in 2012.

Jacqueline Barton

Ms. Jacqueline K. Barton is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since 1993. She is Professor of Chemistry 1989 to date, Arthur and Marian Hanisch Memorial Professor of Chemistry 1997 to date. Chair, Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 2009 to date. Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Hunter College, City University of New York 1980-1982. Columbia University: Assistant Professor 1983-1985, Associate Professor 1985-1986, Professor of Chemistry and Biological Sciences 1986-1989. Recipient of the 2010 National Medal of Science, the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on scientists. Named a MacArthur Foundation Fellow 1991, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow 1991, the American Philosophical Society Fellow 2000, National Academy of Sciences member 2002 and Institute of Medicine member 2012. Named Outstanding Director 2006 by the Outstanding Director Exchange (ODX); 2013 Director of the Year Award, Forum for Corporate Directors.

James Bell

Mr. James A. Bell is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since December 22, 2005. He was The Boeing Company (an aerospace company and manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft) – Executive Vice President, Corporate President and Chief Financial Officer, 2008 to February 2012; Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer 2003-2008; Senior Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller 2000-2003. Previous positions include Vice President of Contracts and Pricing for Boeing Space and Communications 1996-2000; Director of Business Management of the Space Station Electric Power System at Boeing Rocketdyne unit 1992-1996. Member of the Board of Directors of the Chicago Infrastructure Trust.

Mark Loughridge

Mr. Mark Loughridge is Independent Director of Company., effective January 1, 2015. Mr. Mark Loughridge was named IBM's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in May 2004. He was given the additional responsibility for Enterprise Transformation in July 2010 to lead IBM’s ongoing integration and transformation as well as continue in his role as CFO. Loughridge retired from this position in December 2013 after 36 years with IBM. He joined the company in 1977, where he started as a development engineer in the Office Products Division in Lexington, KY. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and completed studies at Ecole Nationale Superieure de Mecaniquein Nantes, France. In 2010, Loughridge was rated by the buy-side analysts as the top rated CFO in the IT Hardware Sector by Institutional Investor. In 2012, he was ranked the #1 CFO in America by the Wall Street Journal, and named the "Executive Dream Team" CFO by Fortune Magazine, and the "Best CFO" in the IT hardware category by Institutional Investor.

Raymond Milchovich

Mr. Raymond J. Milchovich is Independent Director of Company., effective January 1, 2015. Mr. Milchovich has served as the Lead Director of Nucor since September 2013. Mr. Milchovich served as non-executive Chairman of the board of directors of, and a consultant to, Foster Wheeler AG, a Switzerland-based global engineering and construction company serving primarily the energy infrastructure markets, from 2010 until his retirement in 2011. Previously, Mr. Milchovich served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Foster Wheeler from 2001 to 2010 and as President from 2001 to 2007. Prior to that, Mr. Milchovich served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, a producer and marketer of alumina, aluminum and aluminum fabricated products, from 1999 to 2001, and as President and Chief Operating Officer from 1997 to 1999. Mr. Milchovich began his career in the steel industry, holding a variety of operating management positions for Wisconsin Steel Corporation and Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation. From 2002 to 2007, Mr. Milchovich served as a director of Nucor and voluntarily resigned from such position to devote more time to his position as Chief Executive Officer of Foster Wheeler. Mr. Milchovich was also a director of Delphi Corporation from 2005 through 2009. In serving as Chief Executive Officer of two different companies for more than ten years, Mr. Milchovich developed strong leadership and strategic management skills. Mr. Milchovich has more than 30 years of experience in the metals industry. At Nucor, Mr. Milchovich is the Chairman of the Governance & Nominating Committee and a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation & Executive Development Committee. Mr. Milchovich holds a Bachelor of Science from the California University of Pennsylvania and Advanced Management Program from Harvard University.

Robert Miller

Mr. Robert S. Miller, Jr. is Independent Director of Company., effective January 1, 2015. Mr. Miller is Chairman of the Board of American International Group (AIG), and Chairman of MidOcean Partners, a private equity firm specializing in leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations and growth capital investments in middle-market companies. Mr. Miller served as Chief Executive Officer of Hawker Beechcraft, an aircraft manufacturing company, from February 2012 to February 2013. He served as Executive Chairman of Delphi Corporation from January 2007 until November 2009 and as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from July 2005 until January 2007. Prior to joining Bethlehem Steel, Mr. Miller served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer on an interim basis upon the departure of Federal Mogul’s top executive in September 2000. Mr. Miller began his career in 1968 at Ford Motor Company and after more than a decade there joined Chrysler Corporation where he worked for 13 years, eventually serving as Vice Chairman. While at Chrysler, corporate staffs, financial services, international automotive operations, and non-automotive operations all reported to him. Mr. Miller led the financial negotiations with 400 bank lenders and the Federal government, which resulted in the Loan Guarantee Act bailout package in 1980 that saved Chrysler. Mr. Miller currently serves as a Director of Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) and WL Ross Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: WLRH). Mr. Miller has previously served as a director of a variety of companies, including United Airlines Corporation, Reynolds American, Inc., U.S. Bancorp, and Waste Management, Inc. Mr. Miller earned a degree in economics from Stanford University, a law degree from Harvard Law School and a master’s of business administration, majoring in finance from Stanford Business School.

Paul Polman

Mr. Paul Polman is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since February 11, 2010. He serves in Unilever PLC and Unilever N.V. (a provider of nutrition, hygiene and personal care products) – Chief Executive Officer January 2009 to date. Nestlé S.A. (a worldwide food company) – Executive Vice President of Americas, January 2008-September 2008; Chief Financial Officer 2006-2008. The Procter & Gamble Company (a provider of consumer, pharmaceutical, cleaning, personal care and pet products) – Group President Europe 2001-2006. CFO of the Year 2007, Investor Magazine; Carl Lindner Award 2006, University of Cincinnati; WSJ/CNBC European Business Leader of the Year 2003. Member of United Nations high level task force on post 2015 development goals. President of the Kilimanjaro Blindtrust/Chair of Perkins International Advisory Board. Board member of Global Consumer Goods Forum. Member: International Business Council of WEF, Swiss American Chamber of Commerce and vice chair of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Member of the B-Team (a global initiative to help transform the future of business). Honorary degrees from Universities of Northumbria, UK in 2000 and University of Cincinnati in 2009.

Dennis Reilley

Mr. Dennis H. Reilley is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since August 17, 2007. He is Marathon Oil Corporation (oil and natural gas exploration and production company) – Non-Executive Chairman, January 2014 to date; Board member 2002 to date. Covidien, Ltd. (a provider of healthcare products) – Non-Executive Chairman, 2007 to 2008; Board member, 2007 to date. Praxair, Inc. (a provider of gases and coatings) – Chairman 2000-2007; President and Chief Executive Officer 2000-2006. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. – Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer 1999-2000; Executive Vice President 1997-1999; Vice President and general manager, Lycra business 1996-1997; Vice President and general manager, specialty chemicals business 1994-1995; Vice President and general manager, titanium dioxide business 1990-1994. Prior to 1989, held various senior executive positions with Conoco. Former Director of the Conservation Fund. Former Chairman of the American Chemistry Council.

James Ringler

Mr. James M. Ringler is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company, since February 2001. He is Teradata Corporation (a provider of database software, data warehousing and analytics) – Chairman, October 2007 to date. NCR Corporation (a producer of automated teller machines and point of sale devices) – Director and Chairman 2005-2007. Illinois Tool Works, Inc. – (following its merger with Premark International, Inc.), Vice Chairman 1999-2004. Premark International, Inc. – Chairman 1997-1999; Director 1990-1999; Chief Executive Officer 1996-1999; President and Chief Operating Officer 1992-1996; Executive Vice-President 1990-1992. Tappan Company – President and Chief Operating Officer 1982-1986; White Consolidated Industries’ Major Appliance Group – President 1986-1990 (both subsidiaries of Electrolux AB).

Ruth Shaw

Dr. Ruth G. Shaw, Ph.D., is Independent Director of The Dow Chemical Company. She was Duke Energy Corporation (a provider of electricity and natural gas) – Executive Advisor, October 2006-May 2008, Group Executive, Public Policy and President, Duke Nuclear, April 2006-October 2006; President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Power Company 2003-2006; Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer 1997-2003; President of The Duke Energy Foundation 1994-2003; Senior Vice President, Corporate Resources 1994-1997; Vice President, Corporate Communications 1992-1994. President, Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC 1986-1992. President, El Centro College, Dallas, TX 1984-1986. Chair, Foundation Board of Trustees for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte: Carolina Thread Trail Governing Board. Director, Foundation for the Carolinas.

Jack Broodo

Mr. Jack Broodo is Vice President of THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY. Broodo succeeds Broodo has served in a variety of commercial, business and manufacturing leadership roles throughout his more than 30-year career with the Company. His background includes significant experience across Dow’s olefins and aromatics businesses and in-depth knowledge of the Company’s plans to leverage its low-cost advantage to maximize growth across its global footprint. In 2009, Broodo assumed the senior leadership role for Dow’s business and site operations in Canada – driving results for the Company and maintaining positive relationships across the communities in which Dow operates. In 2013, he took on additional responsibility as director of feedstocks for Dow’s North and Latin America regions, where his leadership was instrumental in enhancing the Company’s position in Latin America. Notably, during this time, he has served as a key member of the team leading the advancement of the Company’s U.S. Gulf Coast investment program. Broodo earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas, Austin.
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