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Anne K. Roby

Senior Vice President
Praxair Inc

Dr. Anne K. Roby was named senior vice president of Praxair, Inc. in 2014, responsible for Global Supply Systems, R&D, Global Market Development, Global Operations Excellence, Global Procurement, Sustainability, Global Strategic Sales, Electronic Materials and Safety, Health and Environment.
Roby joined Praxair in 1991 as a development associate in the company's R&D organization.  She became global marketing manager for chemicals and refining in 1996 and moved to Houston in 1999 to become a pipeline sales and business manager in the North American Industrial Gases business unit.  She was named area director in 2004, responsible for commercial activities related to both pipeline and merchant atmospheric products.  In 2006, she became vice president of the U.S. South Region, responsible for Praxair’s business in a seven-state area that includes many of Praxair’s major chemicals and refining customers.  She was appointed vice president, global sales, for Praxair, Inc. in 2009.  In 2010, Roby became President of Praxair Electronics, with global responsibility for products, services and technologies supplied to the semiconductor, flat panel display, LED and solar industries.  In 2011, Roby became president of Praxair Asia, responsible for Praxair’s industrial gases business in China, India, South Korea and Thailand as well as the electronics market globally.
Roby currently serves on the College of Engineering Advisory Board for Villanova University, providing the Dean significant guidance on key issues including the College’s strategic plan, trends in the engineering profession and assistance in the development of networks and partnerships. She is also on the Board of Directors for Danbury Hospital.
Roby earned a bachelor's degree from Villanova University and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware.  She holds four patents for industrial gas applications.

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