Sweeney Omni 464
Sweeney Omni 464
Sweeney Omni 464
Sweeney Omni 464
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People On the Move - March 12, 2021

March 12, 2021
Check out the electrical folks on the move.

Omni Cable (West Chester, PA): Todd Sweeney joined the company as VP of business development, bringing more than 12 years of industry experience to the team. Prior to joining OmniCable, Sweeney spent the last two years with A-Z Wire and Cable as senior VP of sales and corporate strategy. He also has held management posts at General Cable (now Prysmian), Contech Construction Products and GE.

MaxLite (West Caldwell, NJ): The company recently realigned its sales leadership structure to enhance collaboration and drive growth in the utility business channel. To better connect its commercial and residential products and services with utility programs and third-party implementers, MaxLite has moved the C&I Utility team, led by vice president Frank Molander into a combined business unit reporting to Vincent Alonzi, executive VP of utility, retail and national accounts. The newly merged leadership team includes industry veterans Stan Mertz, VP of residential utility programs, and Don Becker, director of C&I utility programs. The ESCO and Government sales channel, led by VP Stephen Mitchell, will also report to Alonzi, allowing for better focus on key partners at the regional and national level.

In addition to his current responsibilities overseeing the C&I Utility and Horticulture teams, Molander will take on a new role leading sales operations across MaxLite.

Robroy Enclosures (Belding, MI): Cindy Stowell retired after 20 years with the company. She joined Robroy Enclosures in 2001 and retired as the company’s human resource administrator. She also served as a long-time administrative assistant to the president of Robroy Enclosures.

W.W. Grainger (Lake Forest, IL): Julie Myerholtz joined the company as VP, chief information security officer (CISO) and will manage the company’s cybersecurity vision and strategy and collaborate with customers, suppliers, Grainger leadership and the board of directors on information security-related matters.

Myerholtz has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise risk management, information security, data privacy and IT operations and governance. She most recently served as CISO at First Solar, a solar panel manufacturing company. Prior to that, she spent eight years at PricewaterhouseCoopers of manufacturing, utility/energy and technology clients.

EMCOR Group (Norwalk, CT): Retired U.S. Army Major General Ronald Johnson was elected to the company’s board of directors, effective March 1. General Johnson, 66, has more than 40 years of strategic leadership and management experience, as well as a broad range of technical and operational knowledge. He currently holds several leadership positions at the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech.

Prior to joining Georgia Tech, General Johnson was senior VP referee operations for the National Basketball Association (NBA) and was responsible for establishing and leading this new department to ensure the integrity and high quality of the NBA officiating program, including overseeing 62 NBA referees, 31 WNBA referees, and 37 D-League referees.

Johnson entered the private sector in 2008 after a 32-year career in the U.S. Army.