Jeld-Wen Nominates Three New Board MembersMarch 19th, 2021 by Editor
Jeld-Wen Holding Inc. has announced the nominations of Tracey Joubert, Cynthia Marshall and David Nord to its Board of Directors. These nominations, if approved by stockholders at the Annual Meeting in April, will expand Jeld-Wen’s Board to 12 members. Their presence also would increase the number of women on the Board to 25% and the number of independent directors to 66%
Tracey Joubert has served as the chief financial officer of Molson Coors Beverage Company since 2016 and previously was the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Miller Coors from 2012 until her current appointment. She served in increasingly responsible finance leadership roles at Miller Coors since 2003.
Cynthia Marshall is chief executive officer of the Dallas Mavericks, a role she’s had since 2018. She previously founded Marshalling Resources, a consulting firm specializing in leadership, diversity and inclusion, after serving as senior vice president of human resources and chief diversity officer at AT&T. Marshall also served as president of AT&T-North Carolina.
David Nord is executive chairman of Hubbell Incorporated. He served as the company’s chairman, president and chief executive officer from May 2014 to June 2019, followed by chairman and chief executive officer from June 2019 until his retirement in October 2020. Mr. Nord joined Hubbell in 2005 as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
“We are thrilled to nominate Tracey, Cynt and Dave to Jeld-Wen’s Board,” said Matt Ross, chairman of the Board of Directors. “They bring a wealth of leadership experience spanning the areas of strategic planning, human capital management, product innovation, M&A and finance. This board expansion strengthens JELD-WEN’s diversity of viewpoints and talent while also maintaining institutional knowledge as the company executes its strategy of value creation for our stockholders and other stakeholders.”
JELD-WEN also announced that Martha “Stormy” Byorum is retiring from the Board at the conclusion of the Annual Meeting, in accordance with the Board’s mandatory retirement age policy.
“On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Stormy for her years of service and commitment to the success of JELD-WEN during her tenure as a Board member,” Ross added. “Her insights have been valuable during a time of transformation.”