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Kimberly-Clark names Sue Dodsworth Global Diversity Officer
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Nov '10
Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced that Sue Dodsworth has been named as the company's vice president, global diversity officer, reporting to Liz Gottung, senior vice president and chief human resources officer. In this position, Dodsworth will lead the organization that develops, drives and monitors strategies and initiatives designed to create a more diverse and inclusive global organization at Kimberly-Clark.

Dodsworth previously led K-C's Enterprise Talent Initiative, a key part of the company's Global Business Plan.

"Diversity and Inclusion is critical to the success of our business," said Thomas J. Falk, Chairman and CEO of Kimberly-Clark. "We must build a more diverse and inclusive global organization that looks, thinks and behaves like the people that use our products."
Before being tapped to lead the talent initiative, Dodsworth was vice president, Global Strategy and Mergers & Acquisitions, K-C Professional. In this position, she led strategy development and deployment, M&A, sustainability and global communications for the business. Dodsworth has also held several other global senior level positions at K-C in the Innovation, strategy, and human resources functions.

Prior to joining K-C in 2002, Dodsworth worked in consulting for 15 years with both KPMG and McKinsey & Company, specializing in organization design, strategy and management with some of the world's largest companies. Before that, she was a clinical psychologist for the National Health Service in the United Kingdom (UK). Dodsworth earned her bachelor's degree from Leeds University in the UK and graduate degrees from Cambridge University in the UK.

"Sue's global background, work experience, leadership of our Talent Initiative, and passion for diversity make her a great choice for this new role" Gottung said.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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