Colleen Repplier Named to Triumph Group Board of Directors

Colleen Repplier

Colleen Repplier, a former manager at General Electric, has joined Triumph Group’s board of directors to serve as an independent director. She brings over 30 years of professional experience, having held roles in the areas of engineering, sales and marketing at multiple manufacturing and supply firms, Triumph said Tuesday.

Her decades of experience supported different companies such as Bechtel, Home Depot, Westinghouse Electric Company and HD Supply. She also oversaw global sales of heating, ventilation and air conditioning products during her time with Johnson Controls as vice president and general manager.

Daniel Crowley, president and CEO at Triumph, said Repplier’s expertise in operations, supply chain management and six-sigma methodologies will support the company’s shareholders.

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