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Energizer Holdings CEO Pamela Nicholson to step down
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Jan '14
Energizer Holdings, Inc. announced that Pamela M. Nicholson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Holdings, Inc., has decided to step down from its Board of Directors, a position she has held since 2002.

During her tenure, Ms. Nicholson served on various Board committees, including the Audit Committee and Nominating and Executive Compensation Committee.

"Pam has been an important member of this Board and has served Energizer well, investing her valuable time and insight.  On behalf of the entire Board, I thank Pam for her many contributions to the Company and wish her well," said J. Patrick Mulcahy, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energizer.

"During my time on the Board, Energizer experienced a period of dynamic growth, more than doubling in size and evolving into a global consumer products company.  Although I will miss serving this company alongside my esteemed colleagues, I know that I am leaving Energizer in good hands," said Ms. Nicholson.

At this time the Board does not intend to fill the vacancy created by Ms. Nicholson's departure, and the Board of Directors will be reduced to ten members, nine of whom are independent.

About Energizer

Energizer Holdings, Inc., headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is a consumer goods company operating globally in the broad categories of personal care and household products. Energizer's Personal Care Division offers a diversified range of consumer products in the wet shave, skin care, feminine care and infant care categories.

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