United Rentals Names Kim Harris Jones to Board of Directors Photo by United Rentals

United Rentals Names Kim Harris Jones to Board of Directors

United Rentals today announced Kim Harris Jones has joined the company’s board of directors. Her appointment expands the composition of the board to 12 members, of which 11 are independent directors. Harris Jones will serve on the audit committee.

Harris Jones served as senior vice president and corporate controller of Mondelez International Inc., a global publicly traded snacking foods business, from 2012 to 2015. Previously she worked as senior vice president and corporate controller of Kraft Foods from 2009 to 2012. Before working for Kraft, she held numerous leadership roles during 17 years with Chrysler Group LLC, and earlier with General Motors Co. Harris Jones has an MBA in finance and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Michigan. She is also a CPA.

“We are delighted to welcome Kim to our board of directors,” said Jenne Britell, chairman of United Rentals. “She brings decades of senior finance experience with multinational public companies and an extensive understanding of the industrial and consumer markets. Kim’s diverse insights will be a valuable addition to the board as we continue to work closely with the executive team to provide governance and strategic insight.”

Harris Jones also serves on the boards of TrueBlue Inc., and the Ethiopian North American Health Professionals Association. She is a member of the finance committee of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management and the Executive Leadership Council. Harris Jones has been named to the list of 100 Leading Women in the Auto Industry by Automotive News, as well as the list of 25 Women to Watch by CFO magazine. She was also listed as one of the 75 Most Powerful Women in Business by Black Enterprise Magazine.

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