Sensata Appoints Phillip Eyler to Board of Directors

Sensata Appoints Phillip Eyler to Board of Directors

Eyler brings more than 30 years of engineering, operations and business expertise, primarily in the automotive industry, the company said.

Sensata Technologies announced that Phillip Eyler has joined Sensata’s Board of Directors following his appointment on April 29, 2024. As previously announced, Eyler will serve on the CEO Search Committee and the Nominating and Governance committee, effective July 1, 2024.

Since 2017, Eyler served as president and chief executive officer of Gentherm, Inc., a company that specializes in thermal management and pneumatic comfort technologies for the automotive industry. Prior to that, he spent 20 years with Harman International Industries, Inc., which was later acquired by Samsung. At Harman, he became the President of the Connected Car division, where he oversaw the $3B revenue division and led more than 8,000 employees.

“We are pleased to welcome Phil to the Board,” said Andrew Teich, chairman of the Board of Sensata. “He brings valuable insights and expertise, as a successful sitting CEO in an adjacent technology space with a proven track record of technology innovation and value creation. The Board looks forward to benefitting from his perspectives as we work to drive further shareholder value creation.”

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