Amy Mcgrath was Appointed as Director Compensation Benefits and HRIS at United States Silica

Date of management change: May 14, 2019 

What Happened?

Frederick, MD-based United States Silica Appointed Amy Mcgrath as Director Compensation Benefits and HRIS

 

About the Company

U.S. Silica is a leading producer of commercial silica used in the oil and gas industry, and in a wide range of industrial applications. Over our 115-year history, U.S. Silica has developed core competencies in mining, processing, logistics and materials science that enable it to produce and cost-effectively deliver over 250 products to customers across our end markets. U.S. Silica is known for building a legacy of service and making a difference in the communities where we live and work. It`s part of our DNA and a core value for our Company. Although we are rooted in tradition, we never stop looking to the future. Our sustainability programs are central to our ability to constantly improve, innovate and remain competitive. Check out our 2014 Sustainability Report at www.ussilicasustain.com. The best part of our Company is our people! Every day our people showcase the best of U.S. Silica by delivering outstanding results while living by our Company core values. Our culture sets a strong foundation for our future, setting us apart from others in our industry. In fact, that is why Forbes magazine named U.S. Silica the Best Small Company in America – that`s right number one!

 

About the Person

Amy Mcgrath is Director Compensation Benefits and HRIS at United States Silica. Previously, Amy held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.

 

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