Effective June 1, 2020, Greenwald was named senior operating advisor, where he will be a strategic advisor to the CEO and executive team. He will also continue to be a member of the Executive Team and a member of the DCL Board of Directors.
Greenwald’s extensive knowledge of the pigment business and industry relationships will be vital as DCL make this transition and beyond. He attended New York University, earning degrees in economics and philosophy. He joined the Landers Segal Color Company (LANSCO Colors) in 1980, rising to president and CEO in 1996, a position which he held for 22 years until the merger with Dominion Colour Company in 2018 to form DCL Corporation, where he has since served as the chief revenue officer for the combined company.
Effective June 1, 2020, Magen Buterbaugh was named the chief commercial officer, succeeding Greenwald. Buterbaugh joined DCL in 2019 as EVP of strategy, technology and product management, and was a member of the executive team. Buterbaugh’s responsibilities will include management of the global commercial functions as well as R&D.
Prior to joining DCL, Buterbaugh was the president of TenEx Technologies, LLC, a start-up company focused on developing innovative, materials-based technology solutions for the oil and gas industry. In this role, she built the company from the ground up and was able to successfully commercialize three new nanotechnology-based products for enhanced oil recovery in under two years.
Prior to TenEx, Buterbaugh was the global business director for fluorochemicals at the DuPont Company and then subsequently, its spinoff, Chemours. She spent 15 years with DuPont, where she held positions in engineering, operations, consulting, product management, business development, sales management and business management across several polymers and chemicals-based businesses. Buterbaugh holds a BS in chemical engineering from Penn State University, where she was just named a 2020 Outstanding Engineering Alumni, and an MBA from Widener University.