Jane M. Hutterly
Executive Vice President
Worldwide Corporate & Environmental Affairs
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
President - Johnson Keland Management, Inc.
Topic: "Create A Life of Adventure"
Date: April 8, 2010
Jane M. Hutterly was appointed Executive Vice President of Worldwide Corporate & Environmental Affairs for S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. in 2005, and President of Johnson Keland Management, Inc. in 1999. Ms. Hutterly joined SC Johnson as a product manager in 1979 from Frito-Lay, Inc. She held a variety of brand management positions in the company's insect control and personal care businesses before being named Corporate Acquisitions Director in 1987. She served as Vice President of Franchise Sales & Marketing for Molly Maids, Inc., prior to being named Director of Worldwide Environmental Affairs in 1990 and became Vice President of Environmental & Safety Actions in 1992.
Ms. Hutterly currently serves on the Board of Directors of Johnson Financial Group, Inc., as Chair of the Board of the American Cleaning Institute, and is a member of the Milwaukee 7 Regional Economic Development Advisory Council and of Cornell University's Johnson School Advisory Council. Her professional affiliations have included, among others: Liaison Delegate to both the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the U.S. President's Council on Sustainable Development, Chair and Member of the Board of the Consumer Specialty Products Association, and membership on the President's Council of Cornell Women. Locally, she serves on the Racine Art Museum Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and previously served on the Boards of Directors of the Downtown Racine Corporation, All Saints Healthcare System, and YWCA of Racine, and as Chair of the 2005 Racine County United Way Campaign.
A native of Washington D.C., Ms. Hutterly holds a B.S. degree in Business from Centenary College of Louisiana and an MBA from Cornell University. She and her husband, Louie, who has two children, have resided in Racine, Wisconsin for the past 31 years.