Lisa A. Esneault

Lisa A. Esneault

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Lisa A. Esneault

Vice President, Global Communications & Public Relations Praxair, Inc.

Lisa Esneault was named vice president of Global Communications and Public Relations for Praxair, Inc. in June, 2015. She is responsible for the direction and strategic alignment of all Praxair communications worldwide, including external, internal and marketing communications.  She is also president of The Praxair Global Giving Program.

Esneault joined Praxair in 2011 as Director, Corporate Communications. Prior to joining the company, she served as Director of Communications and Public Affairs for Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation in Chicago and St. Louis. She began her career as a financial analyst at GATX Corp., where she also served as Director of Communications and Manager of HR & Change Management. 

Esneault currently serves on the boards of Danbury Hospital Foundation, The Governor’s Prevention Partnership, and The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury.  She is also a former board member of Boys Hope Girls Hope - St. Louis and Housatonic Habitat for Humanity. 

Esneault earned her bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Illinois - Chicago and is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business Senior Leadership Program.

Praxair, Inc. is a leading industrial gas company in North and South America and one of the largest worldwide. With market capitalization of approximately $40 billion and 2016 sales of $11 billion, the company employs over 26,000 people globally and has been named to the Dow Jones® World Sustainability Index for 15 consecutive years. Praxair produces, sells and distributes atmospheric, process and specialty gases, and high-performance surface coatings. Our products, services and technologies are making our planet more productive by bringing efficiency and environmental benefits to a wide variety of industries, including aerospace, chemicals, food and beverage, electronics, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, primary metals and many others.