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“It is  a privilege to be part of an institution that has been making a positive difference in the world for more than 160 years.  As leaders, our goal is not peak performance during our brief time at the helm of this great company, but sustainable performance.  And we are committed to leaving Corning even stronger for the generations who follow us.” - Wendell P. Weeks, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Corning's Management Committee

Corning's Management Committee

Wendell P. Weeks | Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Wendell P. Weeks is chairman and chief executive officer of Corning Incorporated. He was named chief executive officer in April 2005 and chairman of the board in April 2007. He has been a member of the company’s board of directors since December 2000.

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James B. Flaws | Vice Chairman & Chief Financial Officer

James B. Flaws is responsible for all financial functions at Corning Incorporated, including Accounting, Control, Investor Relations, Shared Services, and Treasury. In addition to his financial duties, he also oversees Corporate Communications. He chairs Corning’s Risk Council, which oversees the company’s enterprise risk processes.

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Kirk P. Gregg | Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer

Kirk Gregg has served as Corning Incorporated’s chief administrative officer since 2002. He has responsibility for Human Resources, Information Technology, Procurement and Transportation, Aviation, Community Affairs, Government Affairs, Business Services, and Corporate Security.

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Lawrence D. McRae | Vice Chairman & Corporate Development Officer

As vice chairman and corporate development officer, Larry McRae implements strategies related to Corning’s business portfolio, partner agreements, and mergers and acquisitions.  He is also responsible for managing the office of the CEO.

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Dr. David L. Morse | Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer

Dr. David Morse has served as Corning’s executive vice president and chief technology officer since May 2012. Morse is responsible for managing Corning’s innovation portfolio and creating new growth drivers for the company. Prior to his current position, he served as senior vice president and director, Corporate Research

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Dr. Jeffrey Evenson | Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer

Jeff Evenson joined Corning in 2011 and was named chief strategy officer in 2015. In this role, Evenson oversees corporate strategy, corporate communications, and analytics.

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Lewis A. Steverson | Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Corporate Legal Department

Lewis Steverson joined Corning Incorporated as senior vice president and general counsel in June 2013.

Prior to joining Corning, Steverson served as senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. Previously, he was senior vice president of law for Motorola’s Enterprise Mobility Solutions business. 

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James P. Clappin | President, Corning Glass Technologies

James P. Clappin is president of Corning Glass Technologies (CGT) group. Comprising CGT are Corning’s Display Technologies and Specialty Materials businesses, which includes Corning’s growing Gorilla® Glass for handheld, IT and large cover glass application. He is also responsible for the newest addition to the CGT group, Corning Precision Materials Korea, the former LCD glass substrate joint venture between Corning and Samsung Display that Corning acquired in January, 2014.

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Martin J. Curran | Executive Vice President & Corning Innovation Officer

Marty Curran was appointed Corning’s first innovation officer in August 2012. In this role, Curran manages a portfolio of programs to increase the probability of success for new business opportunities. The innovation office was created to build an entrepreneurial-focused organization that could operate across all business segments to identify and develop near-term revenue opportunities. 

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Clark S. Kinlin | Executive Vice President, Corning Optical Communications

Clark Kinlin was appointed executive vice president, Corning Optical Communications in August 2012. Kinlin is responsible for worldwide production, development, and sales of optical fiber, cable, and connectivity solutions used in Carrier and Enterprise Networks. As leader of the business group, Kinlin is focused on pursuing growth opportunities that drive optical conversion to every ‘edge’ of the communications network.

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Eric S. Musser | Executive Vice President, Corning Technologies & International

Eric Musser was appointed executive vice president of Corning Technologies and International in March 2014. Musser is responsible for leading the growth and expansion of Corning’s Environmental Technologies and Life Sciences segments, in addition to overseeing Corning’s international divisions and the Global Manufacturing and Quality function.

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Christine M. Pambianchi | Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Christine M. Pambianchi was appointed to senior vice president, Human Resources in December 2010. In this role, Pambianchi is responsible for leading Corning’s global human resource function. Pambianchi has led the HR function since January 2008 when she was named vice president, Human Resources.

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Tony Tripeny | Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller, Principal Accounting Officer

Tony Tripeny has been in his current position since April 2009. In this role, Tripeny is responsible for the accounting, analytical services, business control, and tax functions. He co-leads the global finance organization.

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