Stacey Babson-Smith joined Terex Corporation in October, 2002 as Corporate Counsel, HR Compliance. Stacey was subsequently promoted to Vice President Deputy General Counsel, Employment & Global Diversity where her responsibilities included oversight of all labor and employment matters world wide, employee health and safety, immigration and diversity. In this role, Stacey also spent time working with and training Terex employees about conducting business responsibly. In March 2008, she was promoted to Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer and is currently a member of the Executive Leadership team.  Ms. Smith has been spotlighted in the September/October issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal as a “Woman Worth Watching” in 2011.

In 1986, Ms. Babson-Smith began practicing law in New York & Connecticut based law firms. Her practice included representing management in labor and employment related litigation and advice counseling. Ms. Babson-Smith also taught labor relations as an adjunct professor for Baruch College, City University of New York, has been a speaker at conferences and co-authored several articles. Ms. Babson-Smith is a legal volunteer for the Pro Bono Partnership, a leading provider of free business legal services, educational workshops and other legal resources to nonprofit community-based organizations in the New York metro and Fairfield County Connecticut area.

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