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Bayer Corp. has appointed an executive to lead the company's corporate and foundation giving and other charitable efforts.

Sarah Toulouse is donations officer and executive director of Bayer USA Foundation. She is based in the Robinson offices, which is the headquarters for the U.S. business of Germany's Bayer AG.

Toulouse rejoined Bayer in January 2012 as a program officer for Bayer USA Foundation and was named acting executive director of the foundation in September.

She had worked on Bayer's communications staff for 10 years before joining South Side-based American Eagle Outfitters in 2007.

From 2008 to 2011, Toulouse was manager of communications and marketing for Asset Inc., or Achieving Student Success through Excellence in Teaching, a nonprofit science education program created by Bayer.

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