Bulab Holdings, Inc., in its 75th year of business, announced that Jacqueline Welch has been elected by its shareholders to join its Board of Directors.
Jacqueline Welch is the Chief Human Resource Officer(CHRO) and Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) at Freddie Mac, and the first CHRO and CDO to sit on the Buckman Board. She has more than 20 years of experience in HR, inclusion and diversity strategy and execution both as a consultant with Accenture and Willis Towers Watson (formerly Towers Perrin) and as a corporate executive at companies such as Turner Broadcasting System and Rock-Tenn Company. Jacqueline has been recognized nationally with awards including a “CHRO of the Year” by HRO Today, “Diversity Leader of the Year” and “Women Worth Watching” by the Profiles in Diversity Journal, and the “Breakaway Leadership Award” by Evanta, a Gartner Company. She is a graduate of Syracuse University and the Milano Graduate School.
“We are pleased to welcome Jacqueline to our Board of Directors,” said Phil Shannon, Chairman of the Board of Bulab Holdings. “Jacqueline bring to the Board unique experiences and skill sets but more importantly she possess the energy, desire and commitment to help Buckman achieve its ambitious goals. Jacqueline’s background and track record of delivering exceptional results will be invaluable to Buckman’s future successes.”
Buckman operates regional manufacturing centers in six countries to support its offerings of specialty chemical-digital solutions along with technical services through 95 countries primarily to the pulp and paper, leather, water treatment and process chemical industries.
Buckman is completely committed to helping our customers succeed, regardless of the challenges facing them, the industry they operate in or their location in the world. To fulfill that commitment, we surround our rigorously trained industry experts with the highest-quality chemicals, the latest smart technology and advanced data analysis. All focused on helping our customers’ operations improve productivity, increase profitability and ensure safety, compliance and sustainability. That’s more than chemistry. That’s Chemistry, connected.