Terex appoints sustainability officer
By Niamh Marriott13 December 2022
USA-based manufacturer Terex has promoted Stacey Babson Kaplan to senior vice president, chief sustainability and compliance officer effective immediately.
With this expansion of duties, she will add sustainability to her role heading ethics and compliance for the company.
She currently serves on the Terex executive leadership team and the environmental, social and governance executive steering committee. Kaplan will report to John Garrison, chairman, president and CEO of Terex.
The role is aimed at ensure Terex’s commitment to its sustainability initiatives.
Babson Kaplan’s “new assignment acknowledges her significant and growing role in overseeing Terex’s initiatives in ESG,” said Garrison. “Terex has long been highly active in ESG activities, and [she] is helping us take this commitment to an even higher level.”
Babson Kaplan joined Terex in 2002 as corporate counsel, human resources compliance. In 2005, she was appointed vice president, deputy general counsel, employment and global diversity.
She was named vice president, chief ethics and compliance officer in 2008. She holds a Juris doctor degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a bachelor of science degree from Ohio State University.