Power solutions company Cummins has named Mark Sifferlen as its first vice president - chief risk officer and leader of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy.
The company also named Schuyla Jeanniton as executive director, ethics and compliance to backfill Sifferlen.
Since 2012, Sifferlen has served as vice president - ethics and compliance for Cummins. He was instrumental in creating the ethics and compliance function for the company and has overseen the growth and development of the function since that time. He has taken on additional responsibilities over the past decade and now oversees global integrated services, enterprise risk management, and enterprise content management.
In addition to his ethics and compliance responsibilities, Sifferlen leads the management team overseeing the company’s ESG initiatives. Since 2020, he has been a key member of the Covid risk team.
Sifferlen joined Cummins in 2000 and has held positions as corporate secretary, deputy general counsel and assistant corporate secretary, senior counsel and assistant corporate secretary, and senior counsel for labor and employment. Prior to joining Cummins, Sifferlen was with Consolidated Products and Baker & Daniels.
Having joined Cummins in 2010, Jeanniton’s career spans more than 30 years. Most recently, Jeanniton led the contracts, risks, and compliance center of excellence segment in corporate purchasing and before that served in various legal roles at The Coca-Cola Company.