Greene Tweed names Magen Buterbaugh new president and CEO

UPPER GWYNEDD — A new leader has taken the helm at Greene Tweed, a Montgomery County-based manufacturer of high-performance sealing solutions and engineered components.

Magen Buterbaugh has been appointed as president and CEO, effective Jan. 3.

Buterbaugh brings 20 years of experience in “progressive management, and a long track record of leading cross-functional teams in a variety of industries and markets, from large corporations to start-ups,” according to a press release announcing her appointment. She replaces Kevin Lukiewski, who retired at the end of 2022.

“I am excited to join Greene Tweed — a company with a technology edge and strong customer focus built on a 150-year legacy of delivering high-performance materials for the most demanding applications — and to work collaboratively with our global team,” Buterbaugh said in a statement, “I am honored to be chosen to lead Greene Tweed for its next phase of growth.”

Prior to joining Greene Tweed, Buterbaugh served as chief commercial officer for a leading supplier of high-quality color pigments, directing the commercial, technology, and product management teams. She began her career and spent 17 years with DuPont and Chemours in a variety of functions including capital engineering, operations, strategic planning, commercial and business management. She holds a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Penn State and a Master of Business Administration from Widener University.

Green Tweed Chairman Allon Block said he expects Buterbaugh to be an “incredible” addition to the company’s executive leadership team — given her experience in the “fluoromaterials space and exposure to semiconductor and oil & gas industries.”

“But I’m more excited with her track-history of innovation, process development and problem solving. I believe she is uniquely equipped to continue optimizing our organization and to take it to the next level,” Block said in a statement.

Green Tweed’s corporate headquarters is located in Upper Gwynedd Township, with its products sold and distributed worldwide. The company manufactures high-performance thermoplastics, composites, seals, and engineered components for the aerospace/defense, energy, semiconductor, industrial, life sciences, and chemical processing industries.

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