Herbert Fisk Johnson III
|Herbert Fisk Johnson III|
May 19, 1957 |
Racine, Wisconsin, US
|Alma mater||Cornell University
S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management
|Occupation||Chairman and CEO, S. C. Johnson & Son|
|Net worth||$3.0 billion (May 2015)|
|Parent(s)||Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr. and Imogene Powers Johnson|
He is the son of the late Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr. and Imogene Powers Johnson, and the great-great-grandson of company founder Samuel Curtis Johnson, Sr. Fisk, his three siblings and mother each have a net worth of $3 billion as of May 2015.
He has a BA in Chemistry and Physics, 1979; Master of Engineering, 1980; MS in Physics, 1982; MBA in Marketing and Finance, 1984; and PhD in Physics, 1986 — all from Cornell University and Cornell's S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management.
He joined the family business in 1987 as a marketing associate and served in a number of roles. He was appointed chairman in 2000, and CEO in 2004.
On behalf of the company, he accepted a 2006 Ron Brown Award, a presidential award for corporate leadership.
Public policy work
He has served as a:
- member of President’s Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiation
- member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- director on the board of Conservation International
- member of the Executive Board of CI's Center for Environmental Leadership in Business
- trustee emeritus of Cornell University
He is one of the inventors listed on U.S. Patent #7028405, entitled "Vibratory Shaver", and U.S. patent application #20060238136, entitled "Lamp and bulb for illumination and ambiance lighting".
His extended family is the named benefactor of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. He has supported Chicago's Shedd Aquarium. On 28 January 2017, he and the SC Johnson company donated $150 million to Cornell to name the SC Johnson College of Business, which comprises the previously-endowed Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics, and the School of Hotel Administration.
- "H. Fisk Johnson". Forbes. Retrieved May 12, 2015.
- http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/01/150m-gift-founds-cornell-sc-johnson-college-business, retrieved 29 January 2017
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