Anne Lloyd

Anne Lloyd

Non-Executive Chairperson

Anne Lloyd was appointed as an independent non-executive director of JH in November 2018. Ms. Lloyd has served as a member of the Audit Committee since the date of her appointment during her entire tenure as a board member, with the exception of the period from 26 August 2019 through 25 February 2020 time during which time she served as Interim CFO. She was appointed Chair of the Audit Committee effective 8 August 2020 and Deputy Chairperson effective 10 August 2022. Ms Lloyd was appointed Chair of the Board effective 3 November 2022 at which time she stepped down as Chair of the Audit Committee. She is also a member of the Remuneration Committee.

Experience: Ms Lloyd, an experienced corporate and finance executive, served as Chief Financial Officer of Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. a leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, for over 12 years from June 2005 until her retirement in August 2017. She joined Martin Marietta in 1998 as Vice President and Controller and was promoted to Chief Accounting Officer in 1999. She was subsequently appointed Treasurer (2006-2013) and promoted to Executive Vice President in 2009. Earlier in her career, Ms Lloyd spent 14 years with Ernst & Young LLP (1984-1998), latterly as a senior manager and client service executive for the natural resources, mining, insurance and healthcare industries.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Current - Director of Insteel Industries, Inc (since 2019); Director of Highwoods Properties, Inc. (since 2018). Former - Director of Terra Nitrogen Company, L.P. (2009-2018).

Other: Director of New Frontier Materials LLC (since November 2021); resident of the United States.

Last elected: August 2019

Term expires: August 2022

Peter-John Davis

Peter-John Davis

Non-Executive Director

Peter John Davis (PJ) was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in August 2022. He is a member of the Remuneration Committee.

Experience: Mr Davis previously served as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Bunnings Australia & New Zealand. During his 15-year tenure as COO, the division was one of the most profitable of the Wesfarmers Group.

With over 40 years’ experience in various retail and trade formats and home improvement industries, PJ commenced his career on the sales floor and held senior roles in operations, marketing, advertising and merchandising before moving into general management and leading the development of the highly successful Bunnings Warehouse concept. 

PJ was responsible for the development, strategic direction, and operational management of the Bunnings businesses and its employees.  His main objectives were to ensure growth in revenues and profitability and provide satisfactory returns for shareholders. 

PJ completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in Boston, USA and is the Founding Director ANRA (Australian National Retailers Association) and Foundation Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Former – Director of Bunnings Homebase BUKI (2016-2018)

Other: Resident of Australia.

Last elected: Appointed to the Board in August 2022 and will therefore stand for election at the 2022 AGM.

Persio V. Lisboa

Persio V. Lisboa

Non-executive Director

Persio Lisboa was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in February 2018. He is Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee.

Experience: Mr Lisboa has extensive senior executive experience. He recently served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Navistar, Inc. (Navistar), a leading manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses, defense vehicles and engines, a position he held from July 2020 to September 2021, when he decided to retire. Prior to that position, Mr Lisboa served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Navistar from March 2017 to July 2020. Prior to that, Mr Lisboa served as President, Operations of Navistar from November 2014 to March 2017. Prior to that, Mr Lisboa served as Senior Vice President, Chief Procurement Officer of Navistar from December 2012 to November 2014, as Vice President, Purchasing and Logistics and Chief Procurement Officer of Navistar from October 2011 to November 2012, and as Vice President, Purchasing and Logistics of Navistar from August 2008 to October 2011. Prior to these positions, Mr Lisboa held various management positions within Navistar’s North American and South American operations. Mr Lisboa began his career at Maxion International Motores Brasil, followed by a move to International Engines Argentina S.A., and then to MWM-International South America.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Former - Director of Broadwind Energy, Inc. (since 2016-2018).

Other: Resident of the United States.

Last elected: August 2021

Term expires: August 2024

Renee J. Peterson

Renee J. Peterson

Non-executive Director

Renee Peterson was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in November 2022. She is a member of the Audit Committee.

Experience: Ms Peterson is currently Vice President 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 Vice President of Finance and Planning for the company’s truck and automotive segments. Prior to joining Eaton, Ms Peterson served in various financial leadership positions of increasing responsibility at Honeywell International 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.

Ms Peterson is an independent director for Franklin Electric (FELE), a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of water and fueling products and solutions, and is currently Audit Committee Chair. She is a member of The Toro Company Foundation and the St. Cloud State University Herberger Business School Advisory Council.

She previously served on the Board of the Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) as the Treasurer and Finance & Human Capital Committee Chair and was also a member of the GTCUW Executive Committee.

Ms Peterson is also a member of the MN Women’s Economic Roundtable (MWER). MWER, founded in 1979, is a forum for Twin Cities women leaders to gather insights on broad economic issues, examine their implications, and take action in their individual communities and personal lives.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Current – Director of Franklin Electric Co., Inc (since 2015).

Other: Resident of the United States.

Last elected: Appointed to the Board in November 2022 and will therefore stand for election at the 2023 AGM.

Rada Rodriguez

Rada Rodriguez

Non-executive Director

Rada Rodriguez was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in November 2018. She is the Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee.

Experience:

Ms Rodriguez serves as Chief Executive Officer of Signify DACH, part of the Signify Group, a world leader in connected LED lighting systems, software and services, since May 2021. She previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Schneider Electric GmbH, part of Schneider Electric Group, a global energy management and automation company and served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Alliances until 2021. On joining the company in 1999, she held a progression of senior roles including Head of International Research and Development for Schneider Electric Sweden, and Senior Vice President and Zone President, Central and Eastern Europe. Prior to joining Schneider Electric GmbH, she worked at Lexel Group (later acquired by Schneider) and before that she worked for 5 years at Colasit Scandinavia AB, a Swiss industrial machinery manufacturer. She started her career with K-Konsult AB, a Swedish technical consulting firm with a focus on installation technology where she worked for 5 years as a design engineer.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: None.

Other: Director of Messe Berlin GmbH (since 2019); Director of ZVEI (since 2014); resident of Germany.

Last elected: August 2019

Term expires: August 2022

Suzanne B. Rowland

Suzanne B. Rowland

Non-executive Director

Suzanne B Rowland was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in February 2021. She is a member of the Audit Committee and the Remuneration Committee.

Experience: Ms Rowland has extensive senior executive experience leading complex global materials and industrial businesses. She most recently served as Group Vice President of the Industrial Specialties business at Ashland Global Holdings Inc. from 2016 to 2019 where she aligned commercial and asset strategies driving focused profitable growth.

Prior to this, Ms Rowland served in separate Vice President and General Manager roles in Tyco International plc between 2009 and 2015 where she led significant improvement in customer relationships, market position, and operational execution. Before joining Tyco, Ms Rowland worked for Rohm and Haas Company for over twenty years, where she held multiple senior executive roles including leading the global Adhesives division and Procurement & Logistics for the company.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Current – Director of Sealed Air Corporation (since 2020); Director of L.B. Foster Co. (since 2008). Former - Director of SPX Flow, Inc. (2018-2022).

Other: Resident of the United States.

Last elected: August 2021

Term expires: August 2024

Nigel Stein

Nigel Stein

Non-executive Director

Nigel Stein was appointed as an independent non-executive director of James Hardie in May 2020. He is the Chairman of the Audit Committee and is a member Nominating and Governance Committee.

Experience: Mr Stein has extensive experience in the global automotive and manufacturing sectors. He currently serves as Chairman of Inchcape plc (Inchcape), an automotive distribution, retail and financing company, a position he has held since May 2018. Mr Stein joined Inchcape as a non-executive director in October 2015.

Prior to holding this position, Mr Stein served as Chief Executive Officer of GKN plc (GKN) from January 2012 to December 2017. He joined the automotive and aerospace components supplier in 1994 and during his time with GKN held various senior positions in general management and finance including six years as Group Chief Financial Officer. Earlier in his career, Mr Stein held senior finance positions with Laird plc and Hestair plc. From 2003 until 2011, he served as an independent non-executive director on the Board of Ferguson (formerly Wolseley) plc, the leading specialist distributor of plumbing and heating products in North America and the UK. Mr Stein is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Current – Director of Inchcape plc (since 2015). Former – Director of GKN plc (2001-2017).

Other: Resident of the United Kingdom.

Last elected: November 2020

Term expires: August 2023

Harold Wiens

Harold Wiens

Non-executive Director

Harold Wiens was appointed Interim Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of James Hardie in January 2022. Prior to this Mr Wiens was serving as an independent non- executive director since May 2020.

Experience: Mr Wiens worked at 3M Company (3M) for thirty-eight years. He served as Executive Vice President, Industrial Business and Transportation Business from 1998 until his retirement from 3M in 2006. It is 3M’s largest and most diverse business serving many different end markets ranging from electronic to automotive and aerospace manufacturing. During this time, Mr Wiens restructured the business, leading a global implementation of Six Sigma that drove significant international growth.

Prior to holding this position, Mr Wiens served as Executive Vice President, Sumitomo 3M, 3M’s largest subsidiary, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, from 1995 to 1998 and served as Data Storage Business Leader and Vice President from 1988 to 1995 and as Memory Technologies Group Manufacturing Manager from 1983 to 1988. Mr Wiens began his career with 3M in 1968 and held many positions of increasing responsibility over his first fifteen years with 3M.

Directorships of listed companies in the past five years: Current – Director of Bio-Techne Corporation (since 2014).

Other: Resident of the United States.

Last elected: November 2020

Term expires: August 2023