BERWYN, Pa.—Trinseo S.A. has elected Joseph Alvarado, K'Lynne Johnson and Jeannot Krecke to its board of directors effective March 1.
The trio will assume seats held by Michael Plantevin, Stephen Thomas and Ruth Springham—all members of Bain Capital—who have resigned since the firm had sold its remaining stake of Trinseo in September 2016.
Since 2011, Alvarado has served as CEO of Commercial Metals Co., a $4.6 billion steel and metal manufacturer. He previously worked for Inland Steel in roles of increasing responsibility within finance, strategic planning, sales and marketing, and manufacturing.
He is also the chair of Commercial Metals Co. and has served as a director of Spectra Energy Corp.
From 2015-16, Johnson was the chair of Elevance Renewable Sciences Inc., a specialty chemicals company. Prior to her time as chair, she was the president and CEO of the company for eight years. She's spent more than 20 years in the petrochemical industry with Amoco and BP.
Johnson has also served on the board of directors of FMC Corp. since 2013.
Krecke is the founder of Key International Strategy Services, also its CEO since 2012. He was a member of the Eurogroup from 2004-09 and has worked in collaboration with many audit firms including, Mazars, Arthur Andersen, and Ernst & Young.
Trinseo is a global materials provider and manufacturer of synthetic rubber, latex binders and plastics. It reported $3.7 billion in net sales for 2016 with 15 global manufacturing sites and about 2,200 employees.