James Hardie Industries appoints Renee Peterson to its Board as Independent Director

– USA, IL –  James Hardie Industries plc (ASX: JHX | NYSE: JHX), the world’s #1 producer and marketer of high-performance fiber cement and fiber gypsum building solutions, today announced the appointment of Renee Peterson to its Board as an independent non-executive director, effective 30 November 2022.

“I am delighted Renee has agreed to join our Board. She brings significant finance, information technology, and overall influential leadership experience to James Hardie. Renee will be a valuable addition to the Board.” Board Chair,  Anne Lloyd.

About Renee J. Peterson

Renee Peterson is currently VP and CFO for The Toro Company, a leading worldwide provider of innovative solutions for the outdoor environment with responsibility for all aspects of finance, information technology, and investor relations.

She previously served as Eaton Corporation’s VP of Finance and Planning for the company’s truck and automotive segments. Before joining Eaton, Ms. Peterson served in various financial leadership positions of increasing responsibility at Honeywell International for over 25 years.

Ms. Peterson’s career has spanned several different areas within the industrial sector, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and consumer products.

She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from St. Cloud State University Herberger Business School and an MBA from the University of Minnesota. She is a certified public accountant (inactive) and holds a six-sigma green belt certification. She is a resident of the United States.

For more information: https://www.jameshardie.com/

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