CSA Makes Management and Structural Changes
Mar 24, 2010
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CSA Group made strategic changes across the organization’s structure, service offerings, and processes with the goal to provide more efficient, innovative, and timely sustainable service solutions. To strengthen its position in the marketplace, CSA is also moving towards a single brand.

Several new appointments will become effective on April 1, 2010:

Bonnie Rose becomes president, CSA Standards. Rose most recently held the position of vice president, Service Delivery, CSA International.

Suzanne Kiraly becomes executive vice president, Government Relations, CSA Group. Most recently, Kiraly served as President, CSA Standards.

Glenn Tubrett becomes vice president, Service Delivery, CSA International. Tubrett was director, Built Environment at CSA Standards.

Hélène Vaillancourt becomes chief science and engineering officer, CSA Group. Most recently, Vaillancourt was the operations manager for the Montreal office.

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