People: Dover Corp (DOV.N)
19 Jul 2019
Mr. Keith E. Wandell is an Independent Director of Dover Corporation. He is Former President and CEO (from 2009 to 2015) of Harley-Davidson, Inc., a global motorcycle manufacturer; and former President and Chief Operating Officer (from 2006 to 2009), former Executive Vice President (from 2005 to 2006), former Corporate Vice President (from 1997 to 2005), former President of the Automotive Experience business (from 2003 to 2006) and President of the Power Solutions business (from 1997 to 2003) of Johnson Controls, Inc., a global manufacturer of automotive, power and building solutions. Other Board Experience: Director of Dana Incorporated and Constellation Brands, Inc. Former Chairman of Harley Davidson, Inc. and former Director of Clarcor, Inc. Mr. Wandell brings to the Board the valuable perspective of a strategic, experienced leader with a strong record focused on growth, profitability, international expansion and innovation. He has over 30 years of experience in diversified manufacturing businesses, most recently as the former Chairman and CEO of Harley-Davidson, Inc., where he led transformation efforts across the company’s product development, manufacturing and retail functions, focused on international expansion and implemented a restructuring plan. Prior to joining Harley-Davidson, Inc., Mr. Wandell served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Johnson Controls, Inc. and helped manage the company’s entry into the Chinese car-battery market as well as its subsequent joint venture with China’s largest battery manufacturer. Mr. Wandell has gained valuable insights into the effective development of executive leadership capabilities and strong corporate cultures through his experience as a senior leader at companies such as Harley-Davidson and Johnson Controls. In addition to his significant operating, financial and leadership experience in both domestic and international business, He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ohio University and an MBA from the University of Dayton.
|Total Annual Compensation, USD||127,500|
|Restricted Stock Award, USD||129,975|
|Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD||--|
|All Other, USD||--|
|Fiscal Year Total, USD||257,475|