NEMA announces 2014 Board of Governors

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) (Rosslyn, Va.). NEMA elected Christopher Curtis, president and CEO, North America, Schneider Electric, as its chairman of the 2014 Board of Governors at its annual meeting in Palm Beach earlier this month. Other officers are First Vice Chairman Thomas Gross, vice chairman and COO—Electrical Sector, Eaton; Second Vice Chairwoman Maryrose Sylvester, president and CEO, GE Lighting; Treasurer Donald Hendler, president and CEO, Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.; and Immediate Past Chairman John Selldorff, president and CEO, Legrand, North America.

The executive committee also includes Daryl Dulaney, president and CEO, Siemens Industry, Inc.; John Estey, president and CEO, S&C Electric Co. Michael Pessina, president, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.; and Stuart Thorn, president and CEO, Southwire Co. Newly elected to the board for three-year terms are Mark Bulanda, executive V.P., Emerson, business leader of Emerson Industrial Automation, Emerson Electric Co.; Donald Fowler, president and CEO, Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc.; Daniel Jones, president and CEO, Encore Wire Corp.; Philip Mezey, president and CEO, Itron Inc.; and David Nord, president and CEO, Hubbell Inc.

Incumbent directors who were re-elected are Bruno Biasiotta, president and CEO, Philips Lighting Americas; Theodore Crandall, senior V.P. and CFO, Rockwell Automation; John Estey, president and CEO, S&C Electric Co.; Michael Pessina, president, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.; and Stuart Thorn, president and CEO, Southwire Co.

Winners of the 2013 Kite and Key Award were also recognized during the meeting. They are Michael Babiak, director of technology, Energizer Battery Manufacturing, Inc., and AlexanderMcMillan, director, global standards and trade, Rockwell Automation. The Kite and Key Award recognizes individuals who have advanced the interest of the electroindustry through active and sustained involvement in NEMA activities.

 

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