Tyrone Michael Jordan
Mr. Jordan currently serves on the boards of directors of Oshkosh Corporation, TPI Composites, Inc. and Trinity Industries, Inc., where he is a member of the Audit, Nom & Gov, Human Resources (compensation), and Technology committees. Mr. Jordan also served on the board of directors of Cooper Tire & Rubber Company from January 2021 until Cooper’s acquisition by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in June 2021. In 2019, he retired as the President & Chief Operating Officer of DURA Automotive Systems, a tier-one supplier of mechatronic control systems for hybrid/electric vehicle systems, Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS), and luxury trim systems for premier automotive brands, where he was responsible for strategic growth, innovation & technology and six sigma operational initiatives across the global enterprise, including operations in Asia, Europe, North America and South America. Under his leadership, DURA instituted new electric vehicle/hybrid intelligent technologies and an operational excellence transformation strategy to ensure the efficiency and flexibility needed to thrive during the next technological period of mobility evolution. Mr. Jordan joined DURA in 2015, following an accomplished 30-year career which included executive roles at General Motors Corporation (GM) and United Technologies Corporation (UTC). While at GM, which included assignments living internationally in Brazil, China and Mexico, Mr. Jordan held a variety of leadership positions in operations, business development, engineering, strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and new innovation & technology product development, ultimately serving as GM’s Executive Vice President, Global Operations and Customer Experience. Mr. Jordan also served UTC in prominent roles that included Global Senior Vice President, Operations and Supply Chain, Aerospace Systems. He received his Executive Aerospace & Defense Master of Business Administration (ADMBA) in Operations, Strategy & Finance with Highest Distinction from the Haslam Business School at the University of Tennessee, a B.S. in Pre-law from Eastern Michigan University, and a BASc in Industrial Engineering Technology from Purdue University. Mr. Jordan also serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board of the College of Business of Eastern Michigan University and as a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors. He is the founder of various endowment and scholarship programs at Eastern Michigan University in support of honor students who overcome major obstacles in their lives.