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Briggs CEO Departs After Five Months
In August 2023, Joe Liotine was named Briggs & Stratton’s Chief Executive Officer after spending 18 years working as a Whirlpool executive. He detailed desires to propel the engine manufacturer further into its move toward electrification and wanted to accelerate its commercial growth. A statement issued by the company says Liotine exited the company without additional detail or explanation the first week of February.
Current Senior Vice President and CFO Kristina Cerniglia, who’s been with Briggs for two years, will serve as interim CEO. She had previously worked with Stanley Black & Decker, among others.
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