Ball Corp. Names Daniel Fisher as President, Promotes Two Execs to EVP Roles

Ball Corp. Names Daniel Fisher as President, Promotes Two Execs to EVP Roles
Ball Corporation

Ball Corporation has appointed Daniel Fisher, senior vice president, as the company's president and member of its board of directors, effective 2021. Lisa Pauley, SVP of HR and administration, and Scott Morrison, SVP and chief financial officer, were also promoted to Ball's executive vice presidents and will retain their current responsibilities.

"As part of Ball's established, long-term succession planning, we are very pleased to announce Dan as president of Ball Corporation," said John Hayes, who has served as president since 2009 and will remain in the roles of chairman and chief executive officer of Ball Corporation.

Fisher first served as vice president of finance for North America at Ball's Metal Beverage Packaging Division. He then served as senior vice president of finance and planning at the same sector. In 2016, Fisher was appointed as chief operations office of Ball's global beverage packaging business. 

“Dan has been pivotal to Ball's success, both from a business and cultural standpoint," Hayes added.

Morrison joined Ball in 2000 as treasurer of the corporation and was promoted to chief financial officer in 2010.

Pauley, on the other hand, joined Ball's aerospace business in 1981. She has held numerous responsibilities within aerospace and the corporate function since the. Pauley was promoted to her current role in 2010. 

"We are delighted to recognize the significant contributions that Lisa and Scott have made and will continue to make as we pursue our Drive for 10 vision," Hayes said.

About Ball Corporation

Ball Corporation supplies innovative, sustainable aluminum packaging solutions for beverage, personal care and household products customers, as well as aerospace and other technologies and services primarily for the U.S. government. Ball Corporation and its subsidiaries employ more than 18,300 people worldwide and reported 2019 net sales of $11.5 billion.

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