Aemc Personnel Changes 0122 V2
Aemc Personnel Changes 0122 V2
Aemc Personnel Changes 0122 V2
Aemc Personnel Changes 0122 V2
Aemc Personnel Changes 0122 V2

People On the Move - January 14, 2022

Jan. 14, 2022
AEMC announces management changes and bids farewell to John Olobri.

AEMC Instruments/Chauvin Arnoux (Dover, NH): The company made several key management appointments as part of a restructuring. Corrado Crippa (left in photo) is now global sales director and will manage sales and product management for North America, Central America, South America, Australia and New Zealand. Crippa has close to 30 years of experience in the domestic and international energy sector. Kristy Ford (second from left in photo) was promoted to marketing director and Timothy Cowgill (third from left in photo) is now national sales manager and will manage sales activity for both United States and Canada. Over the past 20-plus years he managed the company’s Western region. George Vlachos (right in photo) is transitioning to a new technical trainer position. He has more than 20 years of experience in managing sales activity for the Eastern region. He will develop and teach AEMC’s in-person seminars and remote webinars and conduct presentations at trade shows.

In other AEMC news, John Olobri, director of sales and marketing, has retired from the company. He worked in the design and marketing of instrumentation for more than 35 years and holds degrees in both electrical and industrial engineering. Olobri was instrumental in developing and teaching AEMC’s accredited seminar and webinar classes on ground resistance, insulation testing and power quality testing.

IES Holdings (Houston): Jennifer Baldock was appointed to the IES board of directors. She has been a member of the board of managers of CCF Holdings and its predecessors since 2013, and a member of the Board of Greenwich Emergency Medical Service since 2002. In addition, the company announced that Joseph Dowling, a director since 2012, has stepped down from the board of directors, effective Dec. 31, due to his other professional commitments.

IES and its 6,500-plus employees design and install integrated electrical and technology systems and provide infrastructure products and services to a variety of end markets, including data centers, residential housing and commercial and industrial facilities.

Avnet (Phoenix): Dayna Badhorn, a 23-year-company veteran, has been named regional president, Americas electronics components, effective immediately. In her new role, Badhorn will oversee all activities tied to Avnet’s electronics components business in the Americas and manage operations teams supporting business in the region.