Sheila G. Kramer Joins Ducommun Incorporated’s Board of Directors


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Ducommun Incorporated announced that its Board of Directors elected Sheila G. Kramer as an independent director of the company, effective June 1, 2021. Ms. Kramer’s appointment expands the number of directors on Ducommun’s board to seven, six of whom are independent. Ms. Kramer will be a member of the company’s Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee.

“We are happy to have Sheila join our board and look forward to her contributions,” said Stephen G. Oswald, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “Shelia’s expertise in the critical area of human resources will certainly help the company work through not only the post pandemic challenges but also support Ducommun’s long-term growth plans.” 

“I am both proud and honored to be joining the Ducommun Board of Directors,” said Ms. Kramer. “I look forward to working with their strong team of leaders to continue to advance the priorities of the business.”

Ms. Kramer currently serves as vice president and chief human resources officer at Donaldson Company, Inc., a leading manufacturer of innovative filtration products and solutions. Donaldson Company designs and manufactures replacement filters for both air and liquid filtration applications for fuel, lube and hydraulic applications, and exhaust and emissions systems and sensors in the construction, mining, agriculture, aerospace, defense and transportation end markets. Before joining Donaldson Company, Ms. Kramer served as vice president, human resources at Taylor Corporation, a premier provider of interactive printing and marketing solutions. Ms. Kramer holds a Master of Arts degree in Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management.

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