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Wisniewski comes to Grace from SunTech Medical, where she was President and Chief Executive Officer. Previously, she served as a General Manager and Vice President at Sanofi, a global healthcare technology company. Sandra spent most of her career with
“Sandra has a strong record of success growing the businesses she has run,” said Grace President and Chief Operating Officer Hudson La Force. “Her strengths as a leader and experiences in sophisticated global industries align well with our growth opportunities in Materials Technologies.”
Wisniewski’s appointment rounds out the leadership team for Grace’s three businesses. Thomas Petti is President of Refining Technologies and Albert J. Beninati, Jr. is President of Specialty Catalysts. Grace reports results for Refining Technologies and Specialty Catalysts under its Catalysts Technologies segment.
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