HOLLAND, MICH. — Automotive supplier Donnelly Corp. of Holland has filled five newly created positions:
Jeffrey Wincel was named vice president of materials for Donnelly's North American operations. Wincel will be responsible for purchasing, supplier quality assurance and materials and logistics activities. He had served as director of corporate materials since joining Donnelly in May 1996.
Kenneth Schofield was appointed executive director of advanced engineering for Donnelly's global operations. The position gives Schofield responsibility for electronics and advanced technology development across all product lines. He had been director of advanced engineering.
Daniel Joseph was named vice president of the Ford business unit. Joseph will be responsible for sales growth, financial performance, customer satisfaction and program management for Donnelly's business with Ford, Jaguar and Mazda. He had been director of the Ford business unit since 1995.
Lee Allen was named vice president of emerging markets. Allen is responsible for identifying opportunities and recommending marketing strategies for Donnelly's global expansion. He had worked as director of emerging markets.
David DeMaagd was named assistant treasurer for global operations. DeMaagd will supervise corporate financing, leasing and investment activities and continue his responsibilities as director of taxes. DeMaagd joined Donnelly's accounting staff in 1984.