Amy Trojanowski named Armstrong Flooring CFO

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Amy Trojanowski

Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring has named Amy Peacock Trojanowski as senior vice president, chief financial officer, effective October 19, 2020. Greg Waina, who has been serving as interim chief financial officer since July 2020, will assist the company and Trojanowski in a consulting capacity to ensure a smooth transition.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Amy’s expertise and fresh perspectives to the Armstrong Flooring leadership team,” said Michel Vermette, president and CEO of Armstrong Flooring. “She’s a seasoned finance executive with broad experience in leading organizational transformation. As we grow and execute our strategic plan, Amy’s financial leadership roles combined with her proven track record for building world-class finance organizations make her a great fit. We look forward to her contributions in helping optimize Armstrong Flooring for success and future sustainable growth.”

Trojanowski brings more than 20 years of financial management, planning and strategic expertise, driving strong business results and leading transformational change. Most recently, she served as vice president, business finance and global services, at the Chemours Company, Wilmington, Del., where she led all aspects of budgeting, forecasting, planning and analysis for the company. Trojanowski previously served as the chief accounting officer for Chemours from July 2015 to August 2019 where she led the transformation of the global finance organization.

Prior to Chemours, Trojanowski spent 10 years in various finance, business and investor relations roles of increasing responsibility at E. I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del., including as controller for DuPont Performance Chemicals (the business that is now Chemours). In that role, she was a leader in the business’s separation from DuPont and was responsible for building and designing the company’s initial post-separation finance organization.

“Armstrong Flooring’s long-term strategy is an excellent match for my background, and I’m delighted to join the team,” Trojanowski said. “The company is making significant strides to transform its business and I look forward to working with the team to drive additional progress on the exciting opportunities ahead.”

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