INDA has announced the election of seven industry leaders to serve on its Board of Directors.
INDA has announced the election of seven industry leaders to serve on its Board of Directors.

The Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry (INDA), has announced the election by membership of seven industry leaders to serve on its Board of Directors for a three-year term.

These industry professionals bring a high level of expertise and perspective to the management of the association. They are:

Lewis Barnhardt, president and COO of Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, Philip Champagne, president of Groz-Beckert, USA, Bryan Haynes, PhD, director of Research and Engineering in Global Nonwovens,with the Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Jeffrey S. Hurley, PhD, vice-president of Nice-Pak Products, Lynda Kelly, senior vice-present, Care Business, Suominen Nonwovens,  Chris Peart, president and CEO of Tenowo and Tom Zaiser, CEO of FiberVisions. Full details of each new member is available here.

Board responsibilities include formulating, reviewing, and approving the strategic plans, policies, programmes, dues and operating procedures affecting the association’s 366 members. One-third of the entire Board is elected each year for a three-year term by a majority vote of INDA’s general membership.

“These new Board Members will be tremendous resources for INDA as we further our mission to grow the nonwovens and engineered materials industry,” said Dave Rousse, INDA president.