Procter & Gamble Executive Joins Barton School Dean’s Advisory Board

The W. Frank Barton School of Business at Wichita State University has announced that Tadd Fowler, Senior Vice President, Treasurer and Global Taxes at The Procter & Gamble Company, joined the Barton School Dean’s Advisory Board.

“As an alumnus of the Barton School, seeing the strides of innovation coming out of school is impressive,” said Fowler. “I’m looking forward to making further impact on the college.”

Tadd joined P&G in 2005, and currently has responsibility for all Global Treasury and Tax matters for the company.  P&G’s Global Treasury organization manages global liquidity, capital markets, financial risk management, pensions and insurance. P&G’s Global Tax Organization manages P&G’s global tax and trade policy efforts, tax planning, tax controversy  and compliance with P&G’s total global tax contribution approximating $10 billion annually.

“The magnitude of Tadd’s expertise as a top executive of a global consumer brand will be imperative for our student experience as we continue to innovate curriculum,” said Dr. Larisa Genin, Dean of the Barton School of Business.

Prior to joining P&G, Fowler was a partner with PwC where he advised clients on international tax matters as well as mergers and acquisitions. He also spent time with General Electric early in his career.

Fowler received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the Barton School in December 1990 and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is married to wife, Susie, who is also a Barton School of Business graduate, and has two sons, Drue and Brett.

“As our board grows, so does the caliber and expertise of its members,” said Margaret Dechant, chair of the Barton School’s Dean’s Advisory Board. “Tadd’s knowledge and insights into tax, finance and acquisitions is a welcomed addition.”

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