Capital Southwest Corporation, a business development company, has appointed Richard Strup and T. Duane Morgan to its board of directors.

Strup is a consultant and investor with over 35 years of senior-level domestic and international experience in marketing, finance, strategic planning and general management in consumer packaged goods. His experience includes serving senior vice president of strategic planning and integration for Miller Brewing Company. Prior to that, he managed Miller's international businesses, and served as the company's global chief marketing officer. Earlier in his career, he held various senior-level marketing and financial positions at Frito-Lay, PepsiCo, and the General Foods Corporation.

T. Duane Morgan is an investor with broad experience in the energy sector. He is the former president of the engineered products group of Gardner Denver, a global manufacturer of highly engineered products. Prior to this role, Morgan served as vice president and general manager of Gardner Denver's fluid transfer division. Early in his career, Morgan held senior level positions at Cooper Cameron Corporation, including president for process valves in the valves and measurement division. During his tenure with Cameron, he co-founded three independent corporations.

Strup will serve as the chairman of the nominating and governance committee, and as a member of both the audit and compensation committees. Morgan will serve as a member of both the compensation and nominating and governance committees.