The Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center (VMEC) has announced the results of its December 5, 2017, annual election of VMEC Advisory Board members. David Blittersdorf, CEO/ Founder, All Earth Renewables (Williston) was unanimously re-elected to an additional two-year term. Tommy Harmon, CEO/ Owner, Sonnax Industries (Bellows Falls), Ben Riehl, President & CEO, GW Plastics (Bethel), and Ed Townley, President and CEO, Agri-Mark / Cabot Creamery (Waitsfield) were also unanimously re-elected to additional two-year terms.
Lisa Groeneveld, COO/ Co-Owner, Logic Supply (South Burlington) was newly elected to the VMEC Advisory Board for a two-year term. Mike Rainville, President and Owner of Maple Landmark, Inc. (Middlebury), was re-elected as Chairperson of the VMEC Advisory Board for an additional 1-year term
About VMEC: Part of the nationwide MEP National Network and hosted by Vermont Technical College (VTC) since 1995, VMEC operates as a not-for-profit with a primary Mission, “To strengthen and empower Vermont manufacturers.” A local resource and trusted adviser to enterprises of all sizes, the VMEC team brings world-class expertise in consulting, coaching, hands-on implementation support, training and education for leaders and workers. Through the VMEC PSG business unit established in 2006, on a selected basis VMEC also brings its process, strategy and innovation experience and expertise to non-manufacturing business, non-profit, healthcare and government sectors in Vermont. VMEC provides proven Systems and Solutions focused on Strategies, Processes, Products, Technologies and People.