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ISA names society leadership members for 2023


January 6, 2023  by Manufacturing AUTOMATION

The International Society of Automation (ISA) announced its society leadership for the term beginning January 1, 2023.

The leadership includes the following:

  • President: Marty Bince, EECOL Electric
  • President-elect secretary: Prabhu Soundarrajan
  • Past president: Carlos Mandolesi, Trinity College Dublin
  • Treasurer: Rajesh Rathi, Control Infotech
  • Executive director: Claire Fallon, International Society of Automation
  • Executive board members:
    • Ardis Bartle, Apex Measurement and Controls
    • R. Donald Bartusiak, Collaborative Systems Integration
    • Dean Bickerton, The Reynolds Company
    • Paulina Chan, Global Mutual Innovation Consortium
    • Francisco Diaz-Andreu, Repsol-ISA
    • Jim Garrison, aeSolutions
    • Vivek Gupta, DCM Shriram Ltd
    • Eddie Habibi, Zenzero Investments
    • Maxym Lachance, BBA
    • Claudio Makarovsky, Microsoft
    • Edward Naranjo, Honeywell
    • Marybeth Ramey, Celanese Engineered Materials – Hytrel
    • Jagdish Shukla, Servilink Systems
    • Sujata Tilak, Ascent Intellimation
    • Ashley Weckwerth, Burns & McDonnell

ISA noted in a press statement that this group of officers and executive board members have demonstrated their strong commitment. They have envisioned the role that the association plays in the future of the automation community.

“I am honoured to welcome this new slate of exceptional professionals to ISA leadership,” said Bince. “International is the first word in our Society’s name, and I am delighted to see such a diverse group represented here, representing seven countries and with a wide array of experience across ISA and the industry sectors our Society serves. Our leaders are chosen by ISA’s global membership in an open election. I thank all those who cast their vote.”

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ISA accepts nominations for its society leadership team annually from January 1 to March 1.


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