The board has elected Ronald Hundzinski as its next chairman.
Kauffman will oversee all legal matters for Gentherm including corporate governance, intellectual property, litigation, securities regulation, corporate compliance and data privacy.
Their partnership will focus on advanced development of a highly integrated, modular heat and cool solution for Lear’s Intu seating system.
In this role, Potesta will lead Gentherm’s technology strategy to deliver unique and innovative thermal solutions across a broad range of applications in both automotive and medical markets.
In this position, Runyon will oversee company initiatives including organizational performance and culture, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition and management, and learning and development, as well as the overall employee experience.
“The significant increase in our share repurchase program demonstrates our commitment to driving value for our shareholders, while simultaneously investing in critical technologies to further grow our business,” said Phil Eyler, president and CEO.
Based in Burlington, Ontario, Etratech specializes in the design, development and manufacturing of advanced electronic controls and control systems for the automotive, RV and marine, security and medical industries.
Gentherm, a global provider of thermal management technologies, has announced that Daniel Coker, president and CEO, will retire and begin a planned leadership transition over the next several months.