Andrew N. Liveris AO is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Dow Chemical Company and Director of DowDuPont. He previously served as Executive Chairman of DowDuPont.

A recognised global business leader with more than 42 years at Dow, Liveris advocates the criticality of manufacturing worldwide.

He is the author of Make It in America and was tapped by the current U.S. Administration to help identify new ways to spur innovation, revitalise the U.S. manufacturing sector and drive economic growth and prosperity as Chair of the Manufacturing Council and a Member of the Apprenticeship of the Future Task Force.

Previously he served as Co-Chair of U.S. President Obama’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership steering committee and a member of the U.S. President’s Export Council.

He was recently named Senior Advisor to the Saudi Arabian Governments Sovereign Wealth Fund, PIF.

He sits on the Board of Directors of IBM, Worley and Saudi Aramco, on the Advisory Board of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and NEOM.

He is the past Vice-Chair of the Business Roundtable, an Executive Committee Member and past Chairman of the U.S. Business Council, and a member of the Concordia Leadership Council and the Australian Government’s Industry Growth Centres Advisory Committee.

He serves as a trustee for The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), the California Institute of Technology, and the United States Council for International Business.

He was the founding member of The Nature Conservancy’s Latin America Conservation Council.

Andrew and his wife, Paula, both natives to Australia, have three adult children, Nicholas (Jemima), Alexandra and Anthony.