Leadership | USG Boral


Frederic de Rougemont, Chief Executive Officer

Frederic de Rougemont has been CEO of USG Boral since February 2014. Previously, he served as CEO of Boral Gypsum Asia since 2009 and spent 20 years at Lafarge in various senior roles, including managing the cement, ready-mix concrete and aggregates businesses in South Africa, the cement business in South Korea, as well as Senior Vice President of Research & Development.  Before Lafarge, Mr. de Rougemont was a scientific researcher for the French National Research Centre and a post-doctorate researcher with IBM Research Labs in the USA. He holds a PhD in Physical Sciences from France’s University of Orsay.

Paul Monzella, Chief Financial Officer

Paul Monzella has been CFO of USG Boral since March 2014.  Previously, he served various roles within the USG Corporation, including Senior Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis; Senior Vice President of Building Systems; Senior Vice President of Finance and Strategy for the L&W Supply Corporation; and Vice President of Customer Relationship Management and Building Systems. Mr. Monzella graduated from James Madison University in 1982 with a BBA in Accounting and went on to earn an MBA in Finance from Rutgers University in 1988.

Joseph W. Holmes, Chief Operating Officer

Joseph W. Holmes has been Chief Operating Officer of USG Boral since June 2016. Prior to this, he held the role of USG Boral’s Chief Technology Officer since February 2014. He also served as the General Manager of USG Zawawi LLC (later USG Boral Zawawi) in the Middle East during the greenfield development of a gypsum quarry and plasterboard facility. Over the years, Mr. Holmes has worked for the USG Corporation in various manufacturing and building product distribution/sales, including Vice President of Enterprise Technology, Vice President of Manufacturing, as welll as stints as General Manager and Vice President Operations for L&W Supply Corporation. He studied chemical engineering at the University of Texas and corporate sustainability at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Tony Charnock, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific

Tony Charnock has been Senior Vice President of USG Boral Asia Pacific since early 2014. He is responsible for the businesses in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, The Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. Mr. Charnock also serves as Chairman of Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd and Director of Gypsum Resources Australia Pty Ltd — both of which are joint venture businesses with CSR Limited. Prior to the formation of USG Boral, Mr. Charnock led Boral Plasterboard in Australia for four years and has more than fifteen years of experience in the broader construction industry, including senior leadership roles in Boral’s construction materials business, managing asphalt, concrete, quarry and logistics portfolios. He was responsible for the development of Boral’s construction materials recycling business, led the team responsible for the development of Boral’s Sydney quarry, logistics strategy, as well as the discovery and approval of Peppertree Quarry. Mr. Charnock completed his MBA at the Australian Graduate School of Management and holds a Bachelor of Mining (First Class Honors) from The University of Wollongong and the Australian Institute of Company of Director’s Certificate.

Dan Casey, Senior Vice President, Asia & Middle East

Dan Casey has been USG Boral’s Senior Vice President of Asia and Middle East since March 2014. He has direct oversight for wholly-owned and JV businesses in China, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, India and the Middle East.  Joining Boral in 2010, Mr. Casey has served in VP positions in Business Development and Improvement for both Boral USA and Boral Asia.  Working for James Hardie Industries from 2000 to 2009, Mr. Casey served in several senior level roles including President of Asia and Middle East, as well as Director of European Development.  With a career that has spanned more than 25 years, Mr. Casey has held positions in general management, business development, sales, marketing and operations. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University, a Masters of Business Administration from Loyola University and a Masters in International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management.