Columbus, Ohio-based power generation company Cummins has announced the promotion of six people to the vice president position.
John Gaidoo has been with Cummins since 2011, and is now the vice president, deputy general counsel, employment and labor relations.
Judy Brunson, who joined the company earlier this year from the DaimlerChrysler family of companies, is now vice president of quality.
Bonnie Fetch, who joined Cummins from Caterpillar in 2018, is now vice president, distribution business supply chain services.
Cathy Van Way, who has been with the company for nearly 20 years, is now vice president, government relations.
John Brockhaus, who has filled a variety of human resource-related roles in his more than 20 years experience with Cummins, is now vice president, human resources technology and strategy.
Angel Franklin, who came to Cummins in early 2019 with experience working at Tesla, Kellogg and Ernst & Young, is now vice president, compensation and benefits.
“Each of these talented leaders is a champion of our company values and has demonstrated their ability to deliver results for our customers and improve the lives of those around them,” said Tom Linebarger, Cummins’ chairman and CEO.