Please join American Woodmark’s Board of Directors in extending best wishes to Carol Moerdyk, who has served on the Board for the past seventeen years and has been part of the Audit and Governance, Sustainability and Nominating Committees.
Mr. Vance Tang, Chair of the Board, commented, “We have greatly appreciated and benefited from Carol’s seventeen years of service to American Woodmark’s Board and Committees. As part of our Board’s refreshment planning, we have taken this transition as an opportunity to bring new perspectives and insights through the recent addition of Latasha Akoma with her substantial experience in manufacturing operations, among other areas.”
Mr. Scott Culbreth, President and CEO, remarked, "Our organization has grown and become stronger thanks to Carol’s commitment to our mission, vision and values. I have had the honor of working with Carol for the past eight years as a member of the management team and most recently as a member of the Board. She has been an advocate and supporter of American Woodmark, and I thank her for her many contributions over the years."
The Board thanks Carol for her many years of dedicated service, and we wish her the best in her retirement.
About American Woodmark
American Woodmark celebrates the creativity in all of us. With over 10,000 employees and more than a dozen brands, we’re one of the nation’s largest cabinet manufacturers. From inspiration to installation, we help people find their unique style and turn their home into a space for self-expression. By partnering with major home centers, builders, and independent dealers and distributors, we spark the imagination of homeowners and designers and bring their vision to life. Across our service and distribution centers, our corporate office, and manufacturing facilities, you’ll always find the same commitment to customer satisfaction, integrity, teamwork, and excellence. Visit americanwoodmark.com to learn more and start building something distinctly your own.
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