The company benefited from fresh perspectives brought by new leaders elevated to the Clorox Executive Committee and from existing CEC members asked to fill different roles, all promoted from within thanks to strong leadership development and succession planning.
During the 2019 fiscal year, we named new members for: Information Technology, Jay McNulty; for Marketing, Stacey Grier; and for Sales, Troy Datcher. Early in the 2020 fiscal year, Linda Rendle assumed responsibility for the Cleaning and International divisions as well as corporate strategy and the five core global functions of Marketing, Sales, Product Supply, Research & Development and Information Technology. Eric Reynolds assumed responsibility for the Household and Lifestyle divisions and will serve as executive sponsor of environmental sustainability to facilitate integration with our businesses.
As a result, there were slight changes in the overall makeup of the senior leadership team. As of June 30, 2019, women made up 33% of the CEC, overseeing our largest segment, overall strategy and core global functions as well as serving in the key roles of general counsel, chief people officer, chief innovation officer and chief marketing officer. Three of the five executive vice presidents, or 60%, are women.