Terri L. Kelly

Terri L. Kelly has served as a director of the Company since May 2018. Ms. Kelly is the former President and CEO of W.L. Gore & Associates (“Gore”), a highly innovative, privately-held family-owned enterprise with more than $3 billion in annual revenues, serving in this capacity from 2005 to 2018. Gore specializes in advanced materials that are utilized in a wide array of high-value products from GORE-TEX® fabric, implantable medical devices, venting products, and electronic cables. Gore is well known for its unique management philosophy and culture, and is consistently recognized as a top workplace across the globe. Ms. Kelly joined Gore as an Engineer in 1983 and has expertise across multiple industries including consumer products, defense, industrial, medical devices, and pharmbio. As CEO, she led this global organization of close to 10,000 associates with over 45 manufacturing and sales locations. Ms. Kelly graduated summa cum laude from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. Ms. Kelly has strong business and technical acumen with key competencies in creating a collaborative and empowered work environment to achieve successful business outcomes. She is adept at leading an organization through significant transformation, and evolving the culture and behaviors to meet changing business needs. Ms. Kelly possesses strong organizational and communication skills with experience integrating across multiple functions to maximize success. Her other areas of expertise include new product development, innovation, portfolio management, brand management, associate engagement and leadership development. Ms. Kelly serves as a Trustee of the Alfred I. duPont Charitable Trust, whose beneficiary is the Nemours Foundation (one of the nation’s leading children’s health systems), and serves as a Trustee for the University of Delaware. Ms. Kelly is also a Supervisory Board member of ASML, a manufacturer of semiconductor equipment based in the Netherlands. She is also a member of the Management Executive Society and the International Women’s Forum. She previously served as a member of the Economic and Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
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