Leadership changes at Becker Underwood
By Becker Underwood
By Becker Underwood
June 18, 2012, Ames, IA – A rapidly expanding global business has led to
major organizational leadership changes for Becker Underwood’s
corporate executive team and North American business unit.
June 18, 2012, Ames, IA – A rapidly expanding global business has led to major organizational leadership changes for Becker Underwood’s corporate executive team and North American business unit.
“We are experiencing strong demand for our products on a global basis,” says Peter Innes, chief executive officer of Becker Underwood. “Our company must continue to evolve in structure and staffing to meet the demands of our customers as well as our planned growth targets. We feel these new leadership positions will let us reach our goals.”
• At the executive team level, Paul Holliday assumes the newly created position of chief strategist. In this role, Holliday will provide direction, expertise and support to the company’s executive team to ensure the execution of Becker Underwood’s corporate strategic plan.
• Fernando Lopez assumes the role of global business development lead. In this new position, Lopez is charged with identifying trendsetter ideas and working closely with the company’s research and development team to identify in-licensing opportunities.
• Mike McFatrich assumes the role of director of marketing and sales – NAFTA region. In this newly created position, McFatrich has management responsibility for all aspects of marketing and sales within the NAFTA region.
• Chris Feiden assumes the newly created role of global head of operations and supply chain. In this position, Feiden has direct management responsibilities for all manufacturing operations within the NAFTA region. He also will oversee all global manufacturing operations to ensure standardization of process, products, procedures and global supply chain management.