Stuart and Jeff bring a wealth of knowledge to the AIAG board, and will provide expert industry experience. Their leadership will be utilized as AIAG provides solutions that companies rely upon to continuously improve processes and efficiencies.
Southfield, MI (PRWEB) April 29, 2011
AIAG, a not-for-profit, member-supported organization that works with a wide range of manufacturing companies and service providers to help them operate at peak performance, announced the appointment of Stuart Harrison, vice president, Eaton Corporation, and Jeff Spicuzzi, director, Lear Corporation, to its board of directors.
“Supply chain and IT management are crucial components of any company’s financial success, and are equally important parts of our mission to improve industry processes and practices,” said J. Scot Sharland, executive director of AIAG. “Stuart and Jeff bring a wealth of knowledge to the AIAG board, and will provide expert industry experience. Their leadership will be utilized as AIAG provides solutions that companies rely upon to continuously improve processes and efficiencies.”
Harrison currently serves as Eaton Corporation’s vice president, supply chain management, vehicle group, with responsibility for global supply chain management functions. He has held multiple leadership roles during his 26-year career with the $13.7 billion global diversified power management company, including supply chain manager, truck division, North America; director, global commodities; and vice president, supply chain management, operational excellence and environmental health and safety, Asia and Pacific.
Spicuzzi currently serves as Lear Corporation’s director, global information technology, and is responsible for development of the company’s global IT strategy, IT relationship management and IT organization plans worldwide. With more than 20 years of experience in the IT field, he previously worked at EDS, and Hewlett Packard and is a Certified Microsoft Solution Developer. A graduate of Central Michigan University, Spicuzzi earned a bachelor’s degree in health and human services, and currently resides in Macomb Township.
AIAG is a unique not-for-profit organization where, for more than 25 years, OEMs, suppliers, service providers, government entities, and individuals in academia have worked collaboratively to drive down cost and complexity from the supply chain via global standards development and harmonized business practices. AIAG membership has grown to include preeminent OEMs, such as Caterpillar, Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company, Honda, Navistar International, Nissan, Toyota and many of their parts suppliers and service providers. For more information, visit http://www.aiag.org.
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