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TRADE ORGANIZATION

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert W. Boyer
Biologist
10-Jul-1936   Recombinant DNA, first synthetic insulin
Stephanie A. Burns
Business
c. 1955   CEO of Dow Corning
Michael E. Campbell
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Arch Chemicals
Paul W. Chellgren
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Ashland, 1996-2002
Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr.
Business
c. 1938   CEO of Eastman Chemical, 1994-2001
Michael J. Dolan
Business
c. 1953   Senior VP at Exxon Mobil
J. Brian Ferguson
Business
c. 1955   CEO of Eastman Chemical
Raj L. Gupta
Business
23-Dec-1945   CEO of Rohm and Haas
Charles O. Holliday, Jr.
Business
1948   CEO of DuPont, 1998-2008
John P. Jones III
Business
1950   CEO of Air Products, 2000-06
William H. Joyce
Business
c. 1935   CEO of Union Carbide, 1995-2001
Jeffrey M. Lipton
Business
5-Jul-1942   CEO of NOVA Chemicals, 1998-2009
John E. McGlade
Business
c. 1955   CEO of Air Products
Keith R. McKennon
Business
c. 1933   CEO of PacifiCorp, 1998-99
Tom McKillop
Business
19-Mar-1943   Chairman, Royal Bank of Scotland
Daniel S. Sanders
Business
c. 1939   ExxonMobil Chemical Co.
Enrique J. Sosa
Business
c. 1940   Former Dow Chemical/Amoco executive
William S. Stavropoulos
Business
12-May-1939   Twice CEO of Dow Chemical
S. Jay Stewart
Business
1938   CEO of Morton International, 1994-99
David N. Weidman
Business
23-May-1955   CEO of Celanese
J. Lawrence Wilson
Business
2-Mar-1936   CEO of Rohm and Haas, 1988-99


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