Cadence Aerospace Appoints Maria M. Danburg as Vice President and Chief Human Resources OfficerFriday, August 3, 2018
Cadence Aerospace, a provider of highly complex aerospace components and assemblies to commercial and defense customers, announced today the appointment of Maria (Mia) M. Danburg as Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. With Centers of Excellence based in the U.S. and Mexico, Cadence Aerospace serves the world's leading manufacturers of aircraft, aerostructures, aeroequipment and other defense platforms.
As a member of the Cadence Executive Leadership Team and reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer Tom Hutton, Ms. Danburg will lead the company’s human resources strategy with a focus on culture, talent development, employee engagement, employee and labor relations. She will work closely with Mr. Hutton and the Cadence Senior Leadership team to align and advance these strategic imperatives which are key enablers to the company’s growth and success. “I am delighted to welcome Mia to the Cadence Senior Leadership team. Mia’s strong business partnership skills and her extensive background in Human Resources will make her a great asset to the organization, especially as we look to grow our business and work to create a culture of employee engagement across all our sites,” said Tom Hutton, Chief Executive Officer of Cadence Aerospace.
Ms. Danburg brings more than 20 years of experience in human resources, most recently serving as Director, Human Resources, at Barnes Aerospace—a segment of Barnes Group Inc. Her responsibilities included leadership and organizational development, organizational design, performance management, talent acquisition and change management initiatives. Prior to joining Barnes Group Inc., Ms. Danburg held progressive leadership positions with United Technologies Corporation (UTC) in both its Commercial and Aerospace businesses. These roles included Manager–Global Talent, Engagement and Inclusion at UTC Climate, Controls & Security, along with numerous appointments at Pratt & Whitney including Human Resources Manager–Module Center Engineering; Manager–HR Operations and Talent Sourcing; Manager–Continuous Improvement & Communications for Commercial Spares; and Human Resources Manager for multiple P&Ls
Ms. Danburg holds master’s degrees from both Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Clark University and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.View all Industry News