Rogers Corporation Welcomes Michael Webb as New Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer

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Rogers Corporation, announced that Michael Webb has joined the company as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. He will be responsible for Global Human Resources and Corporate Development.

Mike joins Rogers from Nutrien Ltd, where he served as Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. Mike also led Nutrien’s Global Retail organization in 2021 until a permanent leader was confirmed.

Prior to joining Nutrien, Mike spent over 15 years in financial services working in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Canada. During this time, he was responsible for large, complex human resources functions.

“We are pleased to welcome Mike to Rogers. His years of experience in multinational corporations and his proficiency in a breadth of business management disciplines will be highly valuable to Rogers as we execute on our growth plans,” said Colin Gouveia, Rogers’ President and Chief Executive Officer. “We look forward to benefitting from his proven leadership in Human Resources, including employee-centered programs such as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, as well as his expertise in corporate development and strategy.”

“I am thrilled to join Rogers, a clear global leader in advanced materials-based technologies, to help drive the next phase of the strategic plan with Colin and the leadership team,” said Mike. “I look forward to helping strengthen the company’s capabilities to attract, retain and develop the people and expertise to execute our growth initiatives in support of our customers globally.”


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