Lear Corp., a global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems, announced that Frank Orsini has been appointed executive vice president and president of seating, and Jeneanne Hanley has been appointed senior vice president and president of e-systems, effective immediately.
“We are very fortunate to have a deep bench of industry-leading talent,” said Ray Scott, Lear’s president and CEO. “Each of the two executives who we are appointing to new senior leadership positions today has more than 20 years of broad operational and strategic experience in both of our business segments, and outstanding records of achievement. Both are inspirational leaders and consummate team players. I am confident that Frank and Jeneanne will continue to deliver superior results in their respective business units and work together to realize the unique synergies available to Lear as our seating and e-systems businesses converge and complement one another.”
Since joining Lear in 1994, Orsini has held a series of positions of increasing responsibility in seating as well as in e-systems. In 2012, he was appointed senior vice president and president of Lear’s e-systems business, where he has delivered record sales, earnings and margins. Orsini earned a bachelor’s degree from Oakland University and an executive Master of Business Administration degree from Michigan State University.
Hanley also joined Lear in 1994, and has held a series of positions of increasing responsibility in seating and e-systems. In 2012, she was named vice president, Americas seating, where she had responsibility for the company’s just-in-time seating operations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina covering 29 manufacturing plants and 14,500 employees. Most recently, Jeneanne served as vice president, global seat surface materials and craftsmanship. Hanley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan.