FMC Corporation announced that Jacqueline (Jackie) Scanlan has been named executive vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO). Scanlan will lead the global Human Resources (HR) function and assume responsibility for FMC’s global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategy and team. She will report to Mark Douglas, FMC president and chief executive officer.
Scanlan is a seasoned HR professional with over 25 years of experience at multinational companies across various industries. She joins FMC from Axalta Coating Systems, where she served as senior vice president and CHRO since 2021. She has held senior HR roles at several leading companies, including Haemonetics Corporation, Novo Nordisk and Campbell Soup Company.
“Jackie brings extensive experience in HR management with significant focus in areas such as organization and people strategy, change and talent management, leadership development, culture and HR functional excellence,” said Douglas. “She is ideally suited to lead our Human Resources and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion organizations. I am pleased to welcome her to the FMC executive team and look forward to her leadership.”
Scanlan joined the company on September 25, 2023. She is assuming the role previously held by Kyle Matthews, who passed away earlier this year.
FMC Corporation is a global agricultural sciences company dedicated to helping growers produce food, feed, fiber and fuel for an expanding world population while adapting to a changing environment. FMC’s innovative crop protection solutions – including biologicals, crop nutrition, digital and precision agriculture – enable growers, crop advisers and turf and pest management professionals to address their toughest challenges economically while protecting the environment. With approximately 6,600 employees at more than 100 sites worldwide, FMC is committed to discovering new herbicide, insecticide and fungicide active ingredients, product formulations and pioneering technologies that are consistently better for the planet.
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