Cummins’ Rumsey named VP of Engineering

  • 28-Jan-2013 03:34 EST
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SAE member Jennifer Rumsey has been promoted to VP of Engineering for Heavy, Medium, and Light Duty Products at Cummins Inc.

Cummins Inc. recently promoted SAE International member Jennifer Rumsey to Vice President – Engineering Heavy, Medium, and Light Duty Products, effective Feb. 1. Rumsey has led Heavy Duty Engineering since 2010, and from 2007 to 2009 she worked in Midrange Engineering where she was a Technical Project Leader and also held an assignment addressing turbo quality. Between her Midrange and Heavy Duty roles, Rumsey was a member of the Cummins Turbo Technologies business team.

Earlier in her career, she held multiple roles in the Advanced Engineering organization, starting in Advanced Controls, Aftertreatment Technology Development, and as the Tier 4 Interim Product Preceding Technology leader. Prior to joining Cummins full time, she worked for Nuvera Fuel Cells where she led control system development and system integration for fuel processing/fuel-cell technology.

Rumsey received a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with highest honors from Purdue University in 1996 and a Master’s degree Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1998.

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