Industrial supplier Flowserve hires Minnix as its new chief legal officer

Infrastructure supplier Flowserve Corp. has hired Lanesha Minnix to be its senior vice president and chief legal officer, beginning Monday, June 11. Minnix joins Flowserve from the building materials company BMC Stock Holdings Inc., where she served as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, since last year.

Minnix has a lot of in-house experience. Before her stint at BMC, Minnix was vice president, deputy general counsel and chief compliance officer, at ABM Industries Inc., where she oversaw the legal operations and global compliance program. And she served as senior legal counsel for Shell Oil Co. While there, she managed the legal support for the production start-up of Pearl GTL, the company’s $19 billion capital investment project in Qatar.

Early in her career, Ms. Minnix was corporate counsel at Sprint and a corporate associate at K&L Gates.

“I am extremely pleased to welcome Lanesha to our executive leadership team and look forward to leveraging her leadership and legal experience in many of the industries we serve. I know that her nearly two decades of global legal experience will help drive a continued focus on ethics and integrity, as well as serve to support our ongoing Flowserve 2.0 transformation efforts,” said Scott Rowe, Flowserve president and chief executive officer, in a statement.


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