Several Dow leaders were recognized for their contributions towards a more inclusive workplace. Compiled by INvolve, a global network that celebrates and supports LGBTQ+ executives and allies, the Leading LGBTQ+ Role Model Lists acknowledges the contributions of Dow leaders for demonstrating advocacy in their respective fields, and playing a vital role in championing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the company.

"These leaders represent the dedication of Team Dow working to create a more inclusive and equitable workplace," said Dr. Alveda Williams, chief inclusion officer at Dow. "Through their actions within and outside of Dow, they are making a difference in advancing our ambition each and every day and I am proud to work with them."

Louis A. Vega, president, North America; vice president, Government Affairs and Advocacy, and Javier Constante, president, Latin America were both recognized among the top 100 of LGBTQ+ executives. Amy Wilson, general counsel and corporate secretary and Neal Sheorey, former vice president, Coatings & Performance Monomers, were recognized as being in the top 50 of ally executives. Trevor Ewers, associate R&D director and Erica Everett, Global Autonomous Vehicles Platform Leader, placed in the top 100 of LGBTQ+ future leaders.

 "Today we celebrate not only the achievement of these remarkable Dow people, but also the triumph of authenticity, inclusivity, and unity in our global network," said Alberto Pino, Dow global marketing director and co-chair of Dow's GLAD employee resource group. "The achievements of our team echo a powerful truth – that diversity is our greatest asset. As we applaud the achievements of these outstanding individuals at Dow, let us remember that our true strength lies in empowering the next generation of diverse talent. We are honored to be included in the Outstanding Role Model Lists and look forward to seeing what our winners do next."

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