H.B. Fuller recently announced that the company has appointed Gregory Ogunsanya as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary. Ogunsanya joins H.B. Fuller with over 20 years of business experience, including more than a decade at Fortune 500 companies, primarily in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. He replaces Timothy Keenan, who is retiring after two decades of dedicated service to the company.

“Greg is a highly talented attorney and a proven executive with tremendous experience in working for reputable blue-chip industrial companies. His extensive M&A transactional experience, together with his multinational business perspective, is a tremendous asset to the company as we continue to execute our growth strategy,” said H.B. Fuller’s President and CEO Celeste Mastin. 

“In visiting with our market segment leaders and engaging with their teams globally, I am deeply impressed with H.B. Fuller’s innovative, entrepreneurial culture,” said Ogunsanya. ”I look forward to collaborating with this talented group and contributing to H.B. Fuller’s future growth.”

Ogunsanya holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and an economics degree from Fordham University. 

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