Alan Campbell Resigns; Jeffrey Lowinski to Lead WDMA Staff as Acting President
The board of directors of the Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) has announced that Alan J. Campbell has resigned as president. Jeffrey F. Lowinski, the WDMA's vice president of technology marketing, has been named as acting president.
"We thank Al for his efforts while serving our association and wish him well," said WDMA board chairperson Chris Simpson.
Lowinski will take on the role of leading the administrative aspects of the organization, as well as continuing his role as vice president of technology marketing. He brings to his new position nearly three decades of association management experience and industry technical expertise. Working together with WDMA members, Lowinski will continue to help guide the day-to-day activities of the association's professional staff and support WDMA's strategic direction.
"WDMA is fortunate to have a very experienced and capable staff dedicated to helping create a better future for our industry and the products and services provided by it," Simpson said.
According to an association news release, the WDMA board of directors determined that at this time it was best to name an experienced industry leader like Lowinski as its acting president rather than to advertise and permanently fill the opening created by the resignation this month of its previous president.
"I look forward to the opportunity of leading WDMA's efforts in providing
technical services and administrative support for our membership, to help effectively
advance the interests of our industry," Lowinski said.
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