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President and CEO, Siemens Industry, Inc.
CEO, Infrastructure and Cities Sector
As president and CEO, Daryl Dulaney is responsible for executive management of Siemens Industry, Inc., a multi-billion dollar entity with 22,000 employees, comprising the newly-created Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector and the Siemens Industry Sector in the United States. Effective October 1, 2011, he also serves as chief executive officer of the Infrastructure & Cities (IC) Sector in North America, which is focused on providing answers for aging urban infrastructure. The IC sector is comprised of five divisions: Building Technologies, Low and Medium Voltage, Mobility and Logistics, Rail Systems and Smart Grid.
Previously, Dulaney was the U.S. CEO of Siemens Building Technologies, Inc., a premier provider of energy and environmental solutions, building controls and fire safety and security systems. After his appointment to CEO in 2005, Dulaney guided Building Technologies through a transformation that resulted in unprecedented revenue growth and record profitability.
Dulaney joined Building Technologies as a sales engineer in 1979. He has held several key managerial positions throughout his career, ranging from joint venture management in Hong Kong to senior vice president of field operations, North America. Additionally, Dulaney led the Building Automation business unit of Building Technologies to four consecutive years of double-digit increases in sales, profit and EVA.
Dulaney is a board member of the Siemens Foundation, which provides more than $4.5 million annually in grants and other financial support towards science, technology, engineering and math education initiatives. Daryl is also a member of the board of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).
Dulaney earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ohio State University and a Master in Business Administration from the J. L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He has two adult children and currently resides in Naples, Fla., with his wife, Jan.
President, Rail Systems Infrastructure and Cities Sector (USA)
Appointed to his current position on October 1, 2011, Michael Cahill is responsible for leading the Infrastructure & Cities Sector's Rail Systems Division in the United States. The division is comprised of the Metro, Coaches and Light Rail; Locomotives and Components; and Customer Service business units.
With 22 years of experience at Siemens, Cahill began his career in as a commissioning engineer working in Germany, the U.S., Italy and South Korea. He has held several director positions in project management the Siemens Transportation Systems business, and was appointed the vice president of Integrated Services for Siemens Industry Inc., Mobility division in 2010. Most recently, Cahill was the vice president and general manager of the Rolling Stock business unit.
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Mobility and Logistics Division Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector
Appointed to his current position in February 2014, Matthias Schlelein leads the Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector’s Mobility and Logistics Division in the U.S. The Division is comprised of the Logistics and Airport Solutions, Rail Automation, and Road and City Mobility Business Units.
With more than 15 years of experience at Siemens, Schlelein began his career in Germany, after studying business administration in Germany and in the US.
Mobility and Logistics is Matthias’ fifth division in his Siemens career, in which he has held several key finance and commercial managerial positions in the project, systems and service business.
Most recently, Matthias was the divisional cluster CFO for Rail Systems in North West Europe and the Siemens lead negotiator on the multi-billion dollar PPP Thameslink contract in England.
President – Building Technologies Division Infrastructure and Cities Sector (USA)
Matthias Rebellius leads the Building Technologies (BT) division of the Siemens Infrastructure and Cities (IC) sector. As president, Rebellius is responsible for the financial, operational and competitive success of the division's U.S.-based building automation, fire safety and security, and control products and systems businesses.
He joined Siemens in 1988 in the Siemens graduate program in the communication and semi-conductor business as an engineer. He then transferred to research and development (R&D), product management and marketing in motion control and factory automation. In 2003, Matthias moved to Building Technologies, Fire & Security (FSS) business as head of strategic marketing and developed further as segment head for the product business before being named head of the FSS Global Business Unit.
Matthias earned his degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Applied Science in Trier, Germany.
President, Low and Medium Voltage Division Infrastructure and Cities Sector (USA)
As president for the Low and Medium Voltage division, Kevin Yates is responsible for the overall planning and direction of the Low and Medium Voltage Distribution business in the United States and other markets where UL and CSA product requirements are prevalent. Prior to this role, he served as vice president for the Low Voltage Distribution business unit within Siemens Industry, Inc.
Kevin began his Siemens career in 2002 as a manufacturing manager in the Residential Products division. Along with assisting in the implementation of lean manufacturing, he was responsible for the overall manufacturing operation with full responsibility for safety, quality and cost management.
In 2004, Kevin assumed the position of manufacturing manager in the Power Distribution and Controls division and was promoted to plant manager later that year. As plant manager, he had full responsibility for the busway and lighting panel manufacturing facility and his responsibilities included product development, product engineering, materials management, manufacturing and customer service.
In 2006, Kevin returned to the Residential Products division as the director of marketing, where he directed product management, national sales for the retail channel as well as supported channel marketing efforts with the electrical wholesale channel. In 2007, he became vice president of the division.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Clemson University and a Master of Science in engineering management from the University of Tennessee.
President and CEO, Siemens One
A Division of Siemens Corporation
Ken Cornelius leads the Siemens One division of Siemens Corporation. In this role, Cornelius helps Siemens develop business opportunities that involve multiple Siemens business units focused in the key areas of Energy, Industry and Healthcare. By leveraging the breadth of Siemens portfolio of companies, innovations and global financial strength, the Siemens One team provides customers with tailored solutions that improve their performance and bolster their competitive position in the marketplace.
Siemens One clients represent a broad mix of industry sectors including healthcare, airport, pharmaceutical, data centers, transportation, construction as well as U.S. Federal Government initiatives.
Ken began his Siemens career as a sales representative in 1977 and has held numerous sales, marketing and senior management positions; most recently Vice President of Sales for Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. He was named to his current position in 2001.
Cornelius currently serves on the board of directors with the Metro-Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. As Chairman of the Metro Atlanta Global Commerce Council, Ken works to increase the number of international companies locating to the metro Atlanta area to increase job growth and investments. Cornelius was appointed by Governor Sonny Purdue to the Board of Governors of the Geo. L. Smith, II Georgia World Congress Center Authority.
As the Siemens City Ambassador for Atlanta, he regularly meets with leaders in the civic, governmental and non-profit sectors and has been featured in USA Today, CNBC’s Morning Call and Time Magazine as well as Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Georgia Business and the Knowledge@Emory interview series. He and his wife have two daughters and reside in Alpharetta, Georgia.