Rosene Is Flowserve's New Sustainability Officer

Flowserve Corporation, a provider of flow control products and services for infrastructure markets, recently announced that Lars E. Rosene has been named chief sustainability officer in addition to his current role leading global communications and public affairs.

In his new role, Rosene is responsible for driving the implementation and management of the company’s sustainability and social responsibility efforts.

“As a company that has operations in more than 55 countries, our sustainability and social responsibility efforts in support of our customers, employees and the communities where they live are a top priority,” said Lewis Kling, the company's president and chief executive officer. “Lars’ commitment to supporting these key initiatives, including environmental impact, workplace safety, recycling, energy efficiency and philanthropy initiatives, along with his experience in external affairs and regulatory issues, make him the perfect fit for this new role.”

Rosene has more than 13 years of internal and external communications, media and government relations, and philanthropy experience. He came to Flowserve almost four years ago from Citigroup where he served as vice president and director of communications and public affairs. Prior to that, he served in leadership roles in communications, public affairs and human resources at State Farm Insurance Companies.

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