From managing innovation to spurring technological advances in lightweighting, Shiloh’s leadership team is focused on its customers and leading the industry forward.


Brad E. Tolley


Brad Tolley serves as president of Shiloh Industries. Tolley joined the company in 2014 and has held various senior executive roles leading international operations, corporate strategy, business development and technology. He has been instrumental in Shiloh’s transformation from a regional supplier into a global lightweighting company with operations, sales and technical centers throughout Asia, Europe and North America.  His 27-year career in the global automotive industry includes several leadership positions with Ford Motor Company, Visteon Corporation and Varroc Lighting Systems. Tolley earned his MBA from Oakland University, and bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.

Lillian Etzkorn

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Lillian Etzkorn joined Shiloh Industries, Inc in July 2018 as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Etzkorn brings nearly 30 years of automotive and financial management experience to Shiloh. Etzkorn previously held the CFO position at CPI Card Group as well as several senior financial roles at both Ford Motor Company and Dana Incorporated. She earned her MBA in finance from the University of Michigan, as well as a bachelor’s in business administration from Eastern Michigan University.

Scott Borovich

Vice President, Business Development & Technology

Scott Borovich joined Shiloh in September 2015 and was appointed vice president of business development and technology in November 2018. He oversees Shiloh’s sales, program management, advanced manufacturing engineering, product engineering and innovation globally. Borovich has over 20 years’ experience in the automotive industry, and has demonstrated success in customer relationship management, program management and flawless launch execution. Prior to Shiloh, he has held leadership positions at Varroc Lighting Systems, Visteon Corporation, and Lear Corporation, and is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt. Borovich holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business.

Rick Cummings

Vice President, North America

Rick Cummings joined Shiloh in March 2020 as vice president, North America. With over 30 years in the automotive industry, Cummings has extensive experience in plant management and operations, supply chain and finance. Most recently, he was senior director, manufacturing transformation at Guardian Industries. Cummings holds an MBA in finance from Indiana University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Michigan State University. He is also a graduate of France’s CEDEP/Insead – Executive Management Program.

Amy Floraday

Vice President, Legal

Amy Floraday joined Shiloh Industries, Inc in February 2016 and was appointed vice president, legal in April 2020. Floraday is an experienced automotive attorney, previously holding the position of corporate counsel at Tenneco, and representing other automotive suppliers and an original equipment manufacturer in private practice at prestigious law firms. She earned her juris doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School, and has bachelor degrees in mathematics and economics from Andrews University.

Cheryl Johnson

Vice President, Supply Chain Management

Cheryl Johnson joined Shiloh Industries in December 2019 as vice president, supply chain management. She is an highly experienced purchasing and commodity management professional with over 30 years in the automotive industry. Most recently, Johnson served as vice president of global purchasing and supplier development at Veoneer-Nissin Brake Systems. Prior to Veoneer, she spent 19 years with General Motors leading multiple global purchasing teams in advance purchasing, program purchasing and commodity purchasing across a broad array of business units. Johnson earned an MBA with an emphasis in production, procurement and supply chain from Findlay College and a bachelor of science degree in business administration and business law from Bowling Green State University.

Tom Luttrell

Senior Vice President, Information Technology Services

Tom Luttrell joined Shiloh in 2013 and has an extensive background in organization transformation, process reengineering and technology deployment. He most recently worked in the Masco Cabinetry business unit of Masco Corporation where he was the chief information officer and vice president of customer care. Prior to Masco, Luttrell was with Federal-Mogul Corporation for 15 years in the roles of director of information systems and director of global electronic business development. Luttrell earned his MBA from Northwood University and his bachelor of science in computer information systems from Ferris State University.

Scott P. Pepin

Senior Vice President, Human Resources & EHS

Scott Pepin joined Shiloh Industries in September 2018 as senior vice president, human resources. He is a dynamic human resources leader with 25 years of progressive functional and operational experience. Most recently, Pepin served as chief human resources officer at A123 Systems. He has also held multiple, global executive-level roles at Federal-Mogul and Kellogg throughout his career. He served on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Employers (ASE) from 2013-2016 and was named Michigan’s HR Executive of the Year by ASE. Pepin earned an MBA in human resources from the University of Windsor, a bachelor of arts from the University of Western Ontario and a bachelor of commerce from The University of Windsor.

Hans Vorstenbosch

Hans Vorstenbosch

Vice President, Europe

Hans Vorstenbosch joined Shiloh in February 2018 as executive director, business development EU and was appointed vice president, Europe in November 2019. Vorstenbosch has an extensive background in business development, sales, operations, engineering and technical services. He joined Shiloh as part of the Brabant Alucast acquisition, where he held the position of managing director. Prior to Brabant, he spent 15 years at voestalpine where he served in various roles including managing director, director operations and technology, as well as director business development and technology, as well as engineering and technical services. Vorstenbosch earned his MBA from Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, and bachelor’s degree in economic business engineering from Hogeschool Midden-Brabant. He was also a member of the supervisory board at Nedcon for several years.