The National Electrical Manufacturing Association (NEMA) has announced a staff reorganization after Frank Kitzantides was elected vice president of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
"The heavy demands on Mr. Kitzantides time made by that office," said Malcolm O'Hagan, NEMA president, "made it imperative to find someone to assume many of his existing responsibilities. That gave us an opportunity to give a number of people fresh assignments and fine tune our organization."
As of Feb. 1, 2004, Mr. Kitzantides will become senior vice president and chief technical officer. Al Scolnik, currently vice president of Industry Operations, will become vice president of Technical Services, formerly Enginnering. Tim Feldman, vice president of the Government Affairs, will take over as vice president of Industry Programs, which will include functions now in Industry Operations. Kyle Pitsor, currently an industry director, will become vice president of Government Relations, formerly Government Affairs.
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