Environmental & Energy Executive Moves: Eaton, MWW, 1E, AWWA, UL
All Green Electronics Recycling: The e-waste recycler has appointed a new executive management team, including Linda Kennedy as Controller, Craig Faczan as Director of Sales and Marketing, Randy Lewis as Director of IT Asset Management, Kevin Crofton as Director of Transportation, and Craig Diamond as Business Development Manager.
Wildcat Silver Corporation: The company has appointed Greg Lucero as Vice President, Sustainable Development. Most recently Lucero was the County Manager for Santa Cruz County in Arizona, where he also served as the chief lobbyist for the County at the state legislature and US Congress.
MWW Group: The public relations firm has announced that Mark Bernstein has joined the firm as senior vice president in the firm’s expanded Energy, Clean Tech and Sustainability practice. Prior to joining MWW Group, Bernstein spent five years as managing director at USC Energy Institute, University of Southern California and as a professor of the practice of political science.
1E: The efficiency IT company has named Steve Garnett as non-executive director. Garnett held executive management positions at Oracle and Siebel Systems.
American Water Works Association (AWWA): Jerry Stevens, general manager of Water Works, has taken over the presidency of the association, Water and Wastes Digest reports.
UL (Underwriters Laboratories): The safety and standards organization has appointed Gitte Schjotz as president of its operations in Europe and Latin America. Schjotz has served since 2004 as UL’s senior vice president of Global Standards, Accreditation and Certifications Programs.
Verdant Automotive Corporation: The holding company for clean technology, transportation and infrastructure has named Graham Norton-Standen as its new Chairman of the Board. Norton-Standen has served in top executive, board and advisory positions with companies including Gartner, EDS, Digital Equipment Corporation, British Telecom, Hewlett Packard, Unisys, Tata Group, Cable & Wireless, Deutsche Bank, Reuters and P&O.
Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO): The organization has appointed Patricia L. Harman to the office of IESO Secretariat, Thomas Net news reports. Harman is a Senior Account Executive with Association & Communications Management Group (ACMG), the company that provides association management services to IESO and its parent company, the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
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