Service Wire Co. (Culloden, WV): The company hired Channon Miller (in photo) as sales representative in Phoenix and expanded Josh Littlehales’ and Diego Valverde’s sales territories to serve the commercial and industrial markets. Miller will be responsible for commercial and industrial sales in Southern California, Wyoming and Colorado. She has more than 24 years of wire and cable sales experience, working in both inside and outside sales roles.
Littlehales is now sales rep for the southern Alabama commercial and industrial markets and is working with electrical distributors, contractors, engineers, and manufacturers’ representatives in Georgia, Florida and Northern Alabama. He has more than five years of experience at Service Wire, three years as a pricing/financial analyst and two years in sales. Valverde is now sales representative for Hawaii. He will continue to work with electrical distributors, contractors, engineers, and manufacturers’ representatives in Idaho, northern California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico. Valverde has been with Service Wire as a salesperson for more than a year.
Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) (New York): The organization recently announced that Jennifer Jaques is now director of membership. In this new role, she will lead and manage all of the society’s functions related to membership services and is responsible for include recruitment and retention strategies to increase membership through programs, special initiatives and new policies.
Jaques has been a member of IES and part of the lighting community for more than 20 years. In 2000, she founded Lighting Application Sciences to provide lighting manufacturers, sales representatives, and others access to high-quality photometric calculation and rendering services. She has been a member of the Austin, TX, section since 1995, and has served as the section’s president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and education chair, and advisor to its board of managers.
In addition, Jaques served as District 4 chair and vice-chair, supporting the sections of Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mexico, New Mexico and Oklahoma. She was also nominated and elected to serve two terms as South regional director, serving on the IES board of directors. She chaired the 2014 Regional Conference LightFOCUS, with a committee composed of section leaders. Jaques was awarded the IES Presidential Award in 2013 and 2018.