Mark Dutell is a retired Human Resource Executive with 35 years of diversified experience in all areas of Human Resources. Mark’s career includes 30 years of progressive responsibility at Gates Corporation, a global automotive and industrial rubber manufacturer with over $3 billion annual revenues and 60 plus locations in 20 countries.
As a member of the executive team, Mark participated in the development of overall company strategy including growth strategies, budgets, capital investments, new products, and service development.
As the Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources, he led the organization’s objective to improve financial performance through a Human Capital Strategy that emphasized associate learning and involvement. Specific competencies include talent management, positive associate relations, compensation and benefits, human resource information systems, health safety, and environment, and policy development.
Since retiring in 2010, Mark has pursued a retirement objective to “keep my exposure to the world growing rather than shrinking” through community enrichment classes at Denver University, travel, and volunteer work.
Mark currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Rocky Mountain Conference UCC as the Chair of the Personnel Committee. He has served on the Board of Directors of a local YMCA and local bank. In 17 years as a member of his local congregation, the Kirk of Bonnie Brae in Denver Colorado, he has served as Moderator, Councilmember, and Capital Campaign Chair. He has also served on a variety of committees including, mission, open and affirming, social justice, property, pastor search, and COVID response.