NFRC's Board of Directors Election Results

The National Fenestration Rating Council's (NFRC) Board of Directors election for the 2013 term is complete, and here are the results:Each of the following members has been elected to a three-year term: Sneh Kumar, Traco - Fenestration Industry Category (Specified) A manufacturer who sells the majority of its fenestration products or systems for use in commercial construction. Jeff Baker, WESTLab Canada - Laboratory Category. Mahabir Bhandari, Oak Ridge National Laboratory - General Interest (non- specified). Gary Curtis, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance - General Interest (specified).

A not-for-profit consumer, environmental, energy efficiency, or other public interest organization.

“I am pleased to welcome this accomplished, experienced group whose talent and enthusiasm will carry our organization forward," said NFRC’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jim Benney. “We've always had an effective and dynamic Board that brings people and ideas together to further the cause we are all passionate about, and I'm looking forward to working more closely with all of them.”

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600450 NFRC's Board of Directors Election Results
Date: 16 November 2012

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