Eileen Frack Named General Manager of Human Resources for Daimler Trucks North America Easy_Engineering_International July 10, 2015 NEW, NEWS, TOP NEWS Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced the appointment of Eileen Frack to the position of General Manager of Human Resources. Frack who formerly served the company as Director of Executive Management Development will succeed David Carson who was appointed President and CEO of Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation. Additionally, Frack was named a member of the Daimler Trucks North America’s Operating Committee. Frack’s tenure as General Manager, Human Resources and Operating Committee appointee are effective beginning August 1, 2015. “Daimler Trucks North America is pleased to appoint Eileen Frack to the role of General Manager of Human Resources, her experience, leadership and initiative are unquestioned as is her dedication to assembling a team that celebrates diversity for the betterment of the company’s culture,” said Martin Daum, President and CEO of Daimler Trucks North America. “Eileen will represent the over 22,000 talented employees that are proud to design, build, sell and service the best commercial vehicles in the world today.” Frack started her career with Daimler Trucks North America in 2005 as the Director of the Office of Tax Affairs and International Trade Compliance. Frack moved into her current role as Director of Executive Management Development in 2010 where she has been a driving force for the company on leadership and cultural topics. Frack’s primary goal will be to ensure that Daimler Trucks North America continues to be a Great Place to Work for all employees and an Employer of Choice in all our locations. In addition to her experience with Daimler Trucks North America, Frack brings over twenty years of additional financial and leadership experience working for other Great Places to Work like NIKE and Kimberly-Clark. Frack holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Oregon State University and resides in Portland, Oregon.