NEMA Elects Four New Board of Governors Members

In a July 14 meeting, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Board of Governors elected four new members to the board, including Annette Kay Clayton, Chief Executive Officer and President of North America Operations and chief supply chain officer for Schneider Electric, Schneider Electric North America; Lee Cooper, president and CEO of GE Healthcare U.S. and Canada; Jack Nehling, president of Phoenix Contact USA; and Rich Stinson, president and CEO of Southwire Company.

“The Board of Governors has chosen four highly accomplished and capable leaders who have made industry-wide contributions over their careers,” said NEMA President and CEO Kevin Cosgriff. “We benefit for their sector expertise, and we look forward to their counsel regarding challenges and opportunities facing the electrical and medical imaging industries.”

Clayton has 30 years of experience in the automotive, technology, and energy sectors, the last five of which have been at Schneider Electric, where she became president and CEO in June 2016. Prior to joining Schneider in May 2011, she worked as the vice president of global operations and supply chain at Dell; vice president of quality, North America, at General Motors; and president at Saturn Corporation. Clayton has also served on the board of directors for Polaris Industries since 2003.

Cooper is president and CEO of GE Healthcare’s US $8 billion U.S. and Canada region and a GE Corporate Officer. Previously, he was the vice president of global sales and marketing for GE Energy Management and held additional commercially focused roles and served as the chief commercial officer at GE Corporate. Prior to that, he was the chief marketing and commercial officer for GE Capital Americas.

Before Nehling was named president of Phoenix Contact U.S. in November 2001, Nehlig spent 19 years at Honeywell in various sales, marketing, and executive positions, including vice president and general manager of the sensing and controls division. He has served on the board of directors of the Measurement, Control & Automation Association (MCAA) and is currently on the board of governors of the Electrical Manufacturer’s Club.

Stinson joined Southwire in October 2015, following more than 30 years of experience in the electric industry. He started his career in Westinghouse’s Manufacturing Development Program for projects in Puerto Rico, where he served in multiple disciplines before joining Eaton Corporation. At Eaton, Stinson served in a variety of roles, including plant manager, operations director and general manager of various facilities in the U.S., Mexico, Puerto Rico and Japan. As a vice president, he managed Eaton’s power distribution assembly, industrial controls, electrical assembly and power distribution divisions. 

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