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PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Jelenic Michel Champagne Peabody Long Kent in delivering electronic technologies areas, 926 harbors, over 12,000 miles
Jelenic Joins PMSA
Thomas A. Jelenic has joined the Pa- to the Energy sector, with a career of commercial inland waterways, and ci? c Merchant Shipping Association path that includes offshore specialists approximately 14,000 miles of levees.
(PMSA) as Vice President. Jelenic Datacom, Stratos, CapRock, RigNet brings two decades of maritime in- and Tampnet.
Pettit Expands Sales Teams dustry experience to his new role,
Pettit Marine Paint announced the including more than 14 years in en-
SEACOR Names Long EVP, addition of two new regional rep- vironmental and planning positions
CLO and Corporate Secretary resentatives. Mike Kent is a new at the Port of Long Beach and senior SEACOR Holdings announced that technical sales representative for the management roles in private consult-
William C. (Bill) Long has been ap- territory of Texas, Louisiana and the ing and logistics development.
pointed the Company’s Executive Caribbean Islands and Travis John-
Vice President, Chief Legal Of? cer, son will be working part-time repre- and Corporate Secretary effective im- senting Pettit products in southwest
U.S. Coast Guard Receives mediately. Long joins SEACOR with Florida. Kent, who joined the Pettit
Second Four-Star Admiral
Charles D. Michel, vice commandant over 20 years of business and legal Team in January, 2016, has 28 years of the Coast Guard, was promoted to experience with publicly-traded com- of experience in the marine coatings the rank of admiral in June. Following panies. Prior to joining the Company, market. Johnson brings nearly 40 passage of the Coast Guard Authoriza- Mr. Long served as Senior Vice Presi- years of industry sales and manage- tion Act of 2015, the president nomi- dent, General Counsel and Secretary ment experience to Pettit. Johnson nated Michel for promotion to the of GulfMark Offshore, Inc. He holds spent 10 years with Interlux/Awlgrip, rank of admiral to align the leadership a Juris Doctorate degree, a Masters of after 28 years with Interlux.
structure of the Coast Guard to that Business Administration, and a Bach- of the other armed services. As second elor of Business Administration from
Liebherr USA Promotes in command, Michel directly oversees the University of Houston. He is a
Coast Guard’s senior operational and member of the State Bar of Texas.
Liebherr USA announced the promo- mission support commanders, as well tion of Ana Cabiedes-Uranga to the as Headquarters staff, and serves as
Mott MacDonald Names position of General Manager, Market- service chief in absence of the Com-
Peabody as Director, ing. Ana has over ten years of com- mandant. He graduated from the U.
Federal Programs bined marketing and management
S. Coast Guard Academy in 1985. Mott MacDonald appointed Major experience at Liebherr with expertise
In 1992, he graduated summa cum General John Peabody as Senior Vice in implementing integrated market- laude from the University of Miami President and Director of Federal ing communication strategies. She has
School of Law.
Programs. Peabody, who retired from also served on a variety of committees the US Army Corps of Engineers in for major industry associations and 2015, commanded three different trade events and holds a Bachelor of
Intellian names Champagne corps divisions. As Deputy Com- Science in Business Administration
Director of Americas Sales
Intellian Technologies has appointed manding General for civil and emer- with a major in Marketing from the
Ken Champagne as its new Senior gency operations, he was responsible Monterrey Institute of Technology
Director, Americas Sales. Champagne 23,000 military and civilian profes- and Higher Education (ITESM).
has more than 25 years of experience sionals, 693 dams, 4,254 recreation
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