MINNEAPOLIS — Cummins Onan has filled two positions in its consumer business.
Anne Limthawornkit will take on Six Sigma black belt responsibilities for the consumer marketing and sales organization, reporting to Cathy Buening-Griffin, executive director, Cummins Onan Consumer Business. Limthawornkit will also lead the Consumer Six Sigma process, which includes project management, savings tracking and project idea facilitation.
Limthawornkit joined Cummins Power Generation in 2008 in the Supply Chain Strategy, Improvement and Analytics group as a senior analyst. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand in 2001 and an MBA with an emphasis in strategy and general management from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Prior to joining Cummins, Limthawornkit worked for Nestle in Thailand for five years, working on supply chain improvement projects.
Jess Goh has accepted the position of business development manager for the Asia Consumer business, also reporting to Buening-Griffin. Based in Singapore, Goh will have responsibility for leading the account management and business development of the consumer products for territories within the Asia region.
Prior to joining Cummins, Goh was with One Connect International Ltd., in charge of the oil and gas business segment. She was responsible for negotiating, developing and concluding business deals as well as managing key accounts. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with a bachelor of science.