Press Release Summary:
Michael Pessina, co-CEO and president of Lutron Electronics Company is elected as chairman of 2017 Board of Governors. Immediate Past Chairwoman Maryrose Sylvester of Current powered by GE and first Vice Chair and Treasurer David Nord of Hubbell Incorporated, were included as additional officers. Michael Pessina was appointed as president in 2011 and held his current position since July 2015. Michael is member of Lutron’s Board of Directors and Advisory Council.
Original Press Release:
Michael Pessina of Lutron to Lead NEMA Board of Governors
At its 90th Annual Membership Meeting, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) elected Michael Pessina, co-CEO and president of Lutron Electronics Company, as chairman of the 2017 Board of Governors. Additional officers include Immediate Past Chairwoman Maryrose Sylvester of Current, powered by GE and First Vice Chair and Treasurer David Nord of Hubbell Incorporated.
In his more than 35 years at Lutron, Mr. Pessina has held senior roles including vice president of manufacturing operations, general manager of the Grafik Systems business unit, and executive vice president. He was appointed president in 2011 and has held his current position since July 2015. In addition, he is a certified senior quality engineer and a member of Lutron’s Board of Directors and Advisory Council.
“We are very appreciative of Maryrose’s visionary leadership over the last year, and we anticipate continued success with Mike Pessina,” said NEMA President and CEO Kevin J. Cosgriff. “He has decades of experience and leadership in the industry, and we look forward to accelerating progress with his guidance.”
In addition to Ms. Sylvester and Mr. Nord, eight individuals were approved for three-year terms on the Board of Governors, ending in 2019: Raj Batra of Siemens Industry, Annette Kay Clayton of Schneider Electric, Theodore Crandall of Rockwell Automation, Amy Huntington of Philips Lighting, Daniel Jones of Encore Wire Corporation, Philip Mezey of Itron, Inc., Andrew Quinn of ILSCO Corporation, and Mark Wingate of MVC-Maxivolt.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association represents nearly 400 electrical, medical imaging, and radiation therapy manufacturers on the forefront of electrical safety, reliability, resilience, efficiency, and energy security. Our combined industries account for more than 400,000 American jobs and more than 7,000 facilities across the United States. Domestic production exceeds $117 billion per year.