Janet Giesselman

Janet P. Giesselman

Retired President & General Manager, Dow Oil & Gas
Ms. Giesselman is an experienced public company director who has previously held a number of senior leadership positions for The Dow Chemical Company, from 2001 to 2010, including President and General Manager of Dow Oil & Gas, Business Vice President of Dow Latex, and as a Vice President of Dow AgroSciences. From 1981 to 2001, Ms. Giesselman held sales, marketing, and strategic planning roles at Rohm and Haas Company, a specialty and performance materials company, including Regional Business Director, Agricultural, from 1998 to 2001. Ms. Giesselman has served on the board of directors of McCain Foods Ltd., a privately held global supplier of French fries, since June 2014; Twin Disc, Inc., a public company provider of power transmissions for marine, oil & gas and industrial uses, since June 2015; and Ag Growth International, Inc., a public company leading manufacturer of grain handling, storage and conditioning equipment, since 2013, and was appointed chair of its board of directors effective May 2023. Ms. Giesselman previously served on the board of directors of GCP Applied Technologies Inc., a global provider of construction products, from May 2020 until it was acquired by Saint-Gobain in September 2022; Avicanna Inc., a leader in innovative biopharmaceutical advances from June 2019 to May 2021, and OMNOVA Solutions Inc., a global provider of emulsion polymers, specialty chemicals and decorative & functional surfaces, from March 2015 until it was acquired by Synthomer in April 2020. Ms. Giesselman joined Corteva’s Board in March 2021.

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