Intelligent power management company Eaton (NYSE: ETN ) has announced the appointment of Adam Wadecki, Ph.D., as senior vice president, Internal Audit, effective Tuesday. He succeeds Christina Bosserd, who has been named vice president, Finance for Electrical Sector, Americas, at Eaton. As part of his new role, Wadecki will report to Tom Okray, Eaton’s executive vice president and chief financial officer and will join the company’s senior leadership team.
Wadecki comes to Eaton from General Electric (NYSE: GE ) Healthcare (GEHC), where he served as chief financial officer, Corporate Finance and Finance Transformation. He also held the role of chief financial officer of GEHC’s largest publicly-reportable business segment, Global Medical Imaging. Prior to his tenure at GEHC, Wadecki held leadership positions at W.W. Grainger, Advance Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP ), and General Motors (NYSE: GM ).
In terms of academic qualifications, Wadecki holds bachelor’s degrees in mechanical and industrial and operations engineering, a master’s degree in industrial and operations engineering, and a doctorate in financial engineering. All of these degrees were obtained from the University of Michigan.
Eaton is a power management company that is committed to improving the quality of life and protecting the environment through sustainable operations. The company capitalizes on global growth trends of electrification and digitalization to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and address power management challenges.
Established in 1911, Eaton is celebrating its 100th anniversary of being listed on the New York Stock Exchange this year. The company reported revenues of $20.8 billion in 2022 and serves customers in over 170 countries.
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