Carlisle is committed to the highest ethical standards and conducting business throughout all of our operations with the highest level of integrity. It is through these efforts that we have earned the respect and trust of our stakeholders
Roof garden on Pontsteiger Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Our Board of Directors
Currently, 22% of Carlisle’s Board of Directors is female, and 54% identify as
gender, racially, or ethnically diverse.
Chief Executive Officer, The AZEK Company
JESSE G. SINGH
Senior Vice President,
The Mosaic Company
and President of Mosaic Fertilizantes
CORRINE D. RICARD
Former Chairman, President and CEO, Michael Foods, Inc.
GREGG A. OSTRANDER
Chair, President and CEO, Carlisle Companies Incorporated
D. Christian Koch
Chief Operating Officer,
MAIA A. HANSEN
Former Chief Financial
Officer, Treasurer, and
Executive Vice President
JAMES D. FRIAS
Vice President, eCommerce Global Components, Arrow Electronics Inc.
*Named one of 2021's Most Influential Black Corporate Directors by Savoy Magazine
JONATHAN R. COLLINS*
Former Chairman, President and CEO, Oshkosh Corporation
ROBERT G. BOHN
ROBIN J. ADAMS
Former Vice Chairman, CFO and Chief Administrative Officer, Borg Warner Inc.
Board Leadership Structure
Currently, the Company has a Chair of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer, and a lead independent director. In addition, the Compensation Committee conducts an annual performance review of the Chair, President, and CEO, and based upon this review, makes compensation recommendations (including base salary and annual incentive and equity compensation) for approval by the independent members of the Board. The Board has three standing committees: the Audit Committee; the Compensation Committee; and the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee. Each committee of the Board functions pursuant to a written charter adopted by the Board.
Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee
The Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee develops and maintains the Company’s Statement of Corporate Governance Guidelines and Principles, leads the search for individuals qualified to become members of the Board, and recommends individuals for nomination by the Board to be presented for stockholder approval at the Company’s annual meetings. The committee also reviews the Board’s compensation and committee structure and recommends to the Board, for its approval, directors to serve as members of each committee, discusses succession planning, and recommends a new chief executive officer if a vacancy occurs.
The Compensation Committee administers the Company’s bonus and long-term, stock-based incentive programs, and decides upon annual salary adjustments for various employees of the Company, including the Company’s executive officers.
The Audit Committee has the sole authority to appoint and terminate the engagement of the Company’s independent registered public accounting firm. The functions of the Audit Committee also include reviewing arrangements for and results of the independent registered public accounting firm’s examination of the Company’s books and records, the Company’s internal accounting control procedures, the activities and recommendations of the Company’s internal auditors, and the Company’s accounting policies, control systems, and compliance activities, and monitoring the funding and investment performance of the Company’s defined benefit pension plan.
The graphic below illustrates Carlisle’s Board of Directors’ diverse skills
Board Member experience
Diverse, Gender, Race or Ethnicity
CEO of Multi-National Business
CFO of Multi-National Business
Audit Committee Financial Expert
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