JELD-WEN Appoints Samantha L. Stoddard CFO

Jeld-Wen Holding, Inc. has announced the appointment of Samantha L. Stoddard as the new Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective July 1, 2024. Stoddard will succeed Julie C. Albrecht, who will step down from her role on June 30. Stoddard has been with Jeld-Wen since 2020, serving as the Vice President of Finance for North America operations. Prior to joining Jeld-Wen, Stoddard held the position of CFO for the Personal Protection Equipment business unit at Honeywell.

During her time at Jeld-Wen, Stoddard has been instrumental in growing the North America finance team and supporting the largest segment of the business. Her appointment as CFO comes at a time when Jeld-Wen is focused on simplifying and streamlining its business worldwide, aiming to create value for all stakeholders.

Jeld-Wen CEO William J. Christensen expressed confidence in Stoddard's ability to deliver results, citing her deep knowledge of the business and her trusted partnership. He also acknowledged Julie C. Albrecht's contributions to the company over the past two years and emphasized that appointing an internal successor reflects the company's thoughtful succession planning.

Jeld-Wen Holding, Inc., a leading global designer, manufacturer, and distributor of high-performance interior and exterior doors, windows, and related building products, operates facilities in 15 countries in North America and Europe and employs approximately 18,000 associates. Today the company's shares have moved -0.4% to a price of $13.77. For the full picture, make sure to review JELD-WEN's 8-K report.

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