Matthew L. Trerotola


Executive Vice President

Matthew L. Trerotola is executive vice president of DuPont and a member of the company's Office of the Chief Executive.  He rejoined DuPont in September 2013 and is responsible for the Electronics & Communications and Safety & Protection segment businesses as well as Asia Pacific regional management.  The Safety & Protection segment includes Building Innovations, Protection Technologies and Sustainable Solutions.  He also is responsible for the Corporate Advanced Materials Pillar Strategy.

Outside DuPont, Mr. Trerotola has had experience with McKinsey & Company, several internet technology companies, and most recently with Danaher Corporation.  With Danaher, he started as president, Videojet from 2007 through 2009.  He was named president of Videojet and group executive, Product Identification in 2009.  He became vice president and group executive for Life Sciences in 2012.

Mr. Trerotola originally joined DuPont in 1989 as a development engineer in DuPont Automotive.  He has held roles in sales, marketing, strategy/M&A and general management.  In 2001 he was named director for Corporate Plans, where he was active in development of the Safety & Protection Platform growth strategy and helped drive the Bunge joint venture and First Chemical and Stratco acquisitions.  In 2003, he was named global business director for DuPont Chemical Solutions Enterprise, Industrial Solutions, with responsibility for the global portfolio of industrial businesses, including the Refinery Solutions growth initiative.  Mr. Trerotola was named vice president and general manager for DuPont Nonwovens in 2005.  He left DuPont in 2007 to pursue other opportunities.  He was named senior vice president September 2013 and was named to his current position on Dec. 1, 2014.

Mr. Trerotola serves on the Corporate Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware.

Mr. Trerotola received a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from the University of Virginia in 1989.  He received an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1995.


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