Daniel D. Woodland

Cabot Microelectronics

Vice President and President, Electronic Materials; Former Vice President and Chief Marketing and Operations Officer

Overview

Daniel D. Woodland made an average of $1.4M in compensation at Cabot Microelectronics from 2016 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

In 2018, Daniel D. Woodland earned a total compensation of $1.8M as Vice President and President, Electronic Materials; Former Vice President and Chief Marketing and Operations Officer at Cabot Microelectronics.

Ranking4,175 out of 8,741
Percentile52.2%

Daniel D. Woodland's 2018 compensation ranked 4,175th out of 8,741 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Woodland earned more than 52.2% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupElectronic Components And Accessories
Ranking143 out of 306
Percentile53.3%

In the industry group of Electronic Components And Accessories, Woodland's pay ranked 143rd out of 306 executive pay records tracked by us in 2018.

Woodland earned more than 53.3% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$494,000
Option Awards$251,858
Salary$366,250
Stock Awards$655,386
Other$42,655
Total$1,810,149

Woodland received $655.4K in stock awards, which accounts for 36.21% of total compensation.

Woodland also received $494K in non-equity incentive plan, $251.9K in option awards, $366.3K in salary and $42.7K in other compensation.

2017

In 2017, Daniel D. Woodland earned a total compensation of $1.5M as Vice President and President, Electronic Materials; Former Vice President and Chief Marketing and Operations Officer at Cabot Microelectronics.

Ranking6,530 out of 13,227
Percentile50.6%

Daniel D. Woodland's 2017 compensation ranked 6,530th out of 13,227 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Woodland earned more than 50.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupElectronic Components And Accessories
Ranking194 out of 374
Percentile48.1%

In the industry group of Electronic Components And Accessories, Woodland's pay ranked 194th out of 374 executive pay records tracked by us in 2017.

Woodland earned more than 48.1% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$315,100
Option Awards$266,137
Salary$314,550
Stock Awards$536,403
Other$27,053
Total$1,459,243

Woodland received $536.4K in stock awards, which accounts for 36.76% of total compensation.

Woodland also received $315.1K in non-equity incentive plan, $266.1K in option awards, $314.6K in salary and $27.1K in other compensation.

2016

In 2016, Daniel D. Woodland earned a total compensation of $811.1K as Vice President and President, Electronic Materials; Former Vice President and Chief Marketing and Operations Officer at Cabot Microelectronics.

Ranking9,105 out of 13,877
Percentile34.4%

Daniel D. Woodland's 2016 compensation ranked 9,105th out of 13,877 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Woodland earned more than 34.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupElectronic Components And Accessories
Ranking254 out of 398
Percentile36.2%

In the industry group of Electronic Components And Accessories, Woodland's pay ranked 254th out of 398 executive pay records tracked by us in 2016.

Woodland earned more than 36.2% of executives in this group.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$32,100
Option Awards$209,124
Salary$281,150
Stock Awards$254,220
Other$34,493
Total$811,087

Woodland received $281.2K in salary, which accounts for 34.66% of total compensation.

Woodland also received $32.1K in non-equity incentive plan, $209.1K in option awards, $254.2K in stock awards and $34.5K in other compensation.