Henretta to join NiSource board of directors

NiSource Inc.’s (NYSE: NI) board of directors has elected Deborah A. Henretta to the board, effective upon the separation of Columbia Pipeline Group (CPG) from NiSource, which is expected to happen on July 1.

Henretta currently serves as group president of global e-commerce at Procter & Gamble Co., including serving as head of global beauty care, a role she held since 2012. She has also been a director at Corning Inc., since 2013. She is a member of the board of executive advisors at Williams College of Business. Additionally, she serves on the board of trustees at St. Bonaventure University and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Previously, she served as a director of Sprint Corp., Gillette India Ltd., and Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Health Care Ltd. Henretta a master's degree in advertising research from Syracuse University and a bachelor's degree in communications from St. Bonaventure.

Upon the separation of CPG from NiSource, Joseph Hamrock, who currently serves as executive vice president and group CEO, will become NiSource president and CEO, and will join the board. The following current NiSource Board members will remain with NiSource after the separation: Richard L. Thompson, Richard A. Abdoo, Michael E. Jesanis, Aristides S. Candris, and Carolyn Y. Woo.

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