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Names personnel to director and marketing manager positions.

| July 9, 2012

FMC Corp.recently announced the appointments of Bethwyn Todd as director and Steve Fasano as strategic marketing and business development manager of FMC Professional Solutions, which serves the professional pest control, lawn, nursery, ornamental and related industries.

“Bethwyn Todd brings significant experience and broad perspectives to her new position,” said Milton Steele, president, FMC Agricultural Products. “For the past two years, she played a key role within the FMC Agricultural Products Group as our Asia-Pacific Development and Regulatory manager, leading this region’s innovation programs and regulatory affairs.”

Todd will continue to lead and drive the growth initiatives started under previous FMC Professional Solutions director, Amy O’Shea, who recently became division manager of FMC Environmental Solutions, a new division within FMC Corporation.

Prior to joining FMC, Todd was managing director of Monsanto Australia, where she was instrumental in the successful introduction and adoption of biotech crops in Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Queensland, Brisbane.

As marketing manager for FMC Professional Solutions, Fasano is responsible for strategic planning and leadership of the marketing team. In his new role, he will also provide leadership on business development and product management, fostering customer-driven innovation.

Previously, Fasano was head of marketing for Bayer Advanced Consumer Lawn & Garden, and brand manager for Bayer Advanced, where he launched a major line of alternative solutions for pest, weed and disease management.
   
Fasano holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Business Administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

 

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