Co-Chair, Family Council Board, The J.M. Huber Company
The J.M. Huber Corporation was founded in 1883 by Joseph Maria Huber, and is in the fifth generation of family ownership, with sixth generation family members now joining the company. It is one of the largest privately-owned companies in the United States, with revenues of $1.9 billion in 2013, and more than 4,000 employees in 20 countries around the world.
Molly Heaney is a fifth generation member of the Huber Family. Molly is currently serving as a co-chair of the Family Council Board (FCB), a member of the Education and Development (E&D) Committee, and a member of the Next Gen Committee. She is also serving as a non-voting director on the Huber Engineered Woods (HEW) Portfolio Management Company Board as part of the Family Director Development program. In 2012 Molly also joined the Huber Family Office (HFO) as a Family Communication Advisor. Her involvement in family governance, as well as her position at the HFO, has given her the valuable opportunity to understand the many facets of family governance and the many ways that the family and company can come together and learn from each other. As a member of the 5th Generation she has and will continue to focus her energy on the development and integration of the 5th Gen and future generations into the Family Governance Process.