The company American Airlines Group Inc., which trades on the NASDAQ as AAL, made the announcement today that Vicente Reynal, aged 48, has been elected to its board of directors.
Doug Parker, the Chairman of American, said how thrilled everyone was to hear that Vicente will be joining the company’s board of directors. “Vicente has substantial knowledge contributing to global industrial companies, and his established skill to deal with complicated business problems and generate value for shareholders will be significant qualities to American as well as our panel,” said the board. “Vicente also has vast expertise likely to initiate massive improvements.”
American’s Chief Executive Officer Robert Isom described the appointment of Vicente to the board of directors as “great news” for the company’s employees, customers, and shareholders. As we proceed to negotiate the path to restoration from the epidemic, the leadership that he has shown in a variety of global businesses will be of great assistance to our airline.
Reynal’s career background
In his present role, Reynal serves as Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Ingersoll Rand, a worldwide company that provides fluid control and operational services for essential applications. Since March 2020, when he managed the transformative merger among Gardner Denver and also the Industrials Segment of Ingersoll Rand, he has been serving as president and CEO of Ingersoll Rand. During his tenure, the company has seen significant growth. In November of 2021, he was given the position of chairman of the corporation.
In 2015, Reynal became the Chief Executive Officer of the Industrials Segment of Gardner Denver. In January of 2016, he was given the roles of president and chief executive officer of the corporation, in addition to being appointed to its board of directors. Before joining Gardner Denver, Reynal worked for Danaher Corporation for a total of 11 years, during which time he held the position of president for many different companies and a variety of other senior executive management responsibilities. Prior to that, he worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific as well as AlliedSignal Corporation in a variety of administrative and management responsibilities.
Reynal’s educational background
Reynal received his Bachelor’s degree for mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He then went on to get his Master’s degree qualifications through both mechanical engineering and technology as well as policy from the globally renowned tech university MIT.
About American Airlines Group
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