Kimberly-Clark Chief Human Resources Officer Liz Gottung Announces Plans to Retire at Year End
Liz Gottung plans to retire at the end of 2016. The company has named
Scott Boston as Gottung's successor.
Boston, who joined the company in 2011, has led global HR talent management and been responsible for leading HR within
"Liz has been an outstanding partner and HR professional throughout her career at K-C," said
Thomas J. Falk, chairman and CEO of
During her 35-year career at
"We are also fortunate to have someone of Scott's experience and talent replace Liz. He is a proven, change-oriented HR leader who has demonstrated abilities across our businesses," added Falk.
Prior to joining
Boston received a B.B.A. double major in Marketing and Management from