Kris Matula and Mack Hogans are the newest addition to Boise Cascade's board of directors, the company announced Wednesday. The two join the board as longtime member Samuel Mencoff resigns.
Matula is the retired president and CEO of cellulose-based product manufacturer Buckeye Technologies, which Georgia-Pacific acquired in 2013. Before his time at the head of the company, Matula served as Buckeye’s CFO. He’ll serve on Boise Cascade’s compensation committee.
“Kris brings a strong manufacturing and financial background to our board,” said Boise Cascade chairman Duane McDougall.
Hogans, who currently runs his own consulting firm, is a former Weyerhaeuser SVP corporate affairs, a position he had until 2004. He will sit on Boise Cascade’s committee on governance and nominating. In addition to this board position, Hogan is the Cambia Health Solutions chairman and teaches at the University of Washington as an affiliate professor in the university’s school of environmental and forest sciences.
“Mack has had a very successful career in the forest-products industry and has remained actively involved in issues impacting our industry,” McDougall said.
Mencoff, who is co-CEO of Madison Dearborn Partners, leaves the board after nearly 10 years -- a tenure that spans the length of time that MDP controlled Boise Cascade after buying it out for $3.7 billion in 2004. MDP sold off over $500 million of the company’s shares earlier this year.
“[Mencoff] and MDP have been great partners, and Sam made significant contributions to the company`s success in navigating through the housing downturn and taking advantage of the recovery under way,” McDougall said.