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|United States Steel Corporation||Ping Identity||PTC Therapeutics, Inc.|
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United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced that Susan M. Suver has advanced to senior vice president – human resources and administration. Suver has served as the company’s vice president – human resources since 2007. Prior to joining U. S. Steel, she served as corporate vice president, Global Human Resources for Arrow Electronics, Inc.; and as vice president, Organization Effectiveness and Communications for Phelps Dodge Corporation.
Ping Identity announced the addition of Michael Jossi as chief people officer (CPO). Jossi most recently served as executive vice president of global human capital for TeleTech. Prior to TeleTech, Jossi served as founder and CEO of Active Education and CEO of SES Publishing.
PTC Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: PTCT) announced the appointment of Martin Rexroad as Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Prior to joining PTC, Mr. Rexroad served as Vice President of Human Resources at Terumo Medical Corporation. From April 2007 to April 2010, he served as Vice President of Human Resources at Osteotech, Inc. Prior to Osteotech, Mr. Rexroad held various positions in other industries including: New York Life Insurance Company and Altria Corporate Services, Inc.
Lydall, Inc. (NYSE: LDL) announced that William M. Lachenmeyer has been appointed Vice President, Human Resources. Mr. Lachenmeyer replaces Mona G. Estey who has served Lydall in various human resource roles for 36 years, most recently as Vice President, Human Resources since April 2000. Ms. Estey has elected to resign her position at this time to pursue other interests as she transitions into voluntary retirement. Mr. Lachenmeyer’s most recent position was with Smith & Wesson, as its Vice President Human Resources. Prior to his tenure at Smith & Wesson, Mr. Lachenmeyer held several director-level human resource positions at Omnova Solutions, Inc. He also held human resource roles of increasing responsibilities with Alcoa Fastening Systems and Colgate-Palmolive Company.