ASQ slates new officers
The American Society for Quality (ASQ) announced the following slate of officers for the 2008-09 term.
The American Society for Quality (ASQ) announced the following slate of officers for the 2008-09 term:
President %%MDASSML%% Roberto M. Saco
Chairman %%MDASSML%% Michael D. Nichols
President-elect %%MDASSML%% Peter L. Andres
Treasurer %%MDASSML%% E. David Spong
Newly-elected board members %%MDASSML%% Darlene Deane, Alexis P. Goncalves, Marc Kelemen, Art Trepanier
Reelected board members %%MDASSML%% Belinda Chavez, Lou Anne Lathrop, Aimee Siegler, Steve Wilson.
The results were announced at ASQ’s Annual Business Meeting, held in conjunction with the World Conference on Quality and Improvement, May 5%%MDASSML%% 7, in Houston, TX. Current ASQ president Michael Nichols will assume the chairman’s duties on July 1, 2008, and Roberto Saco, who is currently president-elect, will move into the president position.
“ASQ is becoming a global organization to better serve our members and to help promote sound quality practices around the world,” said Saco. “I look forward to the day when ASQ transitions from an American society with international members to a truly global society with a home and inspiration in America. By reaching out and helping others across the globe we can take ASQ to a higher level of excellence.”
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