After joining ETS as President and Chief Executive Officer in 2000, Kurt M. Landgraf oversaw the company's entrance into the K–12 market, expanded its global business, broadened its education research and policy agenda, and nurtured its social mission through collaborations with groups serving underrepresented students.
Landgraf first worked at ETS more than 30 years ago, in marketing. Before returning in 2000, he held leadership positions at DuPont, including Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the DuPont Pharmaceutical Company, and at the Upjohn Company.
He serves on the boards of Louisiana-Pacific Corporation and Corning Incorporated. He has chaired the National Pharmaceutical Council, United Way of Delaware, and Delaware CarePlan, and has served as president of the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science, Inc.