Cummins Inc. has named Mary Titsworth Chandler as an officer of the Columbus-based company effective June 1. She will serve as vice president — corporate responsibility and chief executive officer of the Cummins Foundation.
Chandler has helped lead Cummins’ development of policy and strategic programs in corporate responsibility for almost five years. With her team and Cummins global leaders, she designed an innovative and metrics-based approach to Technical Education for Communities, also known as TEC. That program began as a pilot for 60 students in Morocco and now is on pace to deliver technical vocational education to about 900 students in nine countries.
She also has championed developing corporate responsibility partnerships. Cummins has recently entered into global agreements with Schneider Electric and Komatsu Ltd. to partner on community projects worldwide.
Chandler earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Miami University, a law degree from Indiana University School of Law and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
She and her husband Bryan have three children and reside in Indianapolis.