Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Announces New Board Members

November 9, 2015

Randall S. Dearth, president and CEO of Calgon Carbon, and Gerald F. MacCleary, president of Covestro LLC, have been appointed to the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation board of trustees.

Dearth joined Calgon Carbon Corporation in August 2012 as president and CEO after having served on its Board of Directors since 2007. In May 2014, he began serving as chairman of the Calgon Carbon Board of Directors.

MacCleary is currently president of Covestro LLC, formerly Bayer MaterialScience LLC, where he started in 1979. He also leads the polyurethanes business for the North American region, a responsibility he has held since 2004. Prior to these roles, he was head of Performance Systems at Bayer Polymers, where he was responsible for leading and implementing business strategies for various plastics and nylon products for such industries as automotive, insulation, and injection molding.

“On behalf of the entire board, we welcome Randy and Jerry to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation and are grateful to have two individuals with their skill, experience, and passion join us,” said Jay Cleveland, chair of the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation board of trustees. “We look forward to collaborating with them on new ideas that will advance the mission Children’s Hospital and its Foundation.”

Dearth also serves on the boards of the American Chemistry Council, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, the Energy Innovation Center, and the Stepan Company. He is also a trustee with the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and Hiram College.

MacCleary also serves on the Board of Directors for the Senator John Heinz History Center, Variety the Children’s Charity, United Way of Allegheny County, the Imani Christian Academy, and the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.

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