Larry P. Allgaier


President, North America Consumer Business

As group president of Kimberly-Clark's North American consumer business, Larry Allgaier is responsible for the company's nearly $8 billion North American Personal Care and Consumer Tissue businesses, which are home to some of the world's most recognized and trusted consumer brands, including Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Depend, Kleenex, Cottonelle and Scott.

Mr. Allgaier joined Kimberly-Clark from Mars Inc., where he served in various senior leadership roles. Most recently, he was president of the newly formed Mars Petcare Veterinary Health Group, and before that, he was president of Mars' North America pet care business. In both roles, he delivered significant growth and market share improvements. Prior to Mars Inc., Mr. Allgaier was global head of Novartis' Over the Counter Medicines Unit, responsible for over 200 brands in over 50 countries across six regions.

Mr. Allgaier began his consumer career at Procter & Gamble, spending 20 years in various leadership roles including Product Supply, Brand Management and General Management, and regional assignments based in Japan and Poland.

Mr. Allgaier holds a bachelor's of science degree in Chemical Engineering from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee. He is based in Neenah, Wisconsin.

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