IEWC Announces Brian Hinton as Chief HR Officer
IEWC is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Hinton as Chief Human Resources Officer. Brian will lead the human resources team, cultivating an engaged, motivated, high-performing team in support of the company's strategy and vision.
“Brian has the experience, strategic mindset, and shared commitment to our corporate values that makes him uniquely equipped to provide strong leadership to our human resources function and our objective of building a high-performing culture here at IEWC,” said Mike Veum, Chief Executive Officer of IEWC. “This combination is essential for the company as we plan for a future of continued growth.”
Hinton brings with him more than 23 years of human resources and operations leadership experience in a variety of industries. Most recently he was a human resources leader at Owens Corning where he served as an executive coach and strategic business partner to business units with revenue exceeding $1 billion. Previously, Hinton was chief operating and talent officer at Goldmark Services, Director of HR for the Americas region at Brady Corporation, and began his career in human resources at Ford Motor Company. He holds an M.S. in Occupational Safety & Health from Murray State University and a Finance degree from the University of Mississippi.
Hinton will assume his new position immediately and work out of IEWC’s headquarters in New Berlin, Wis. He will report to Mike Veum, Chief Executive Officer.
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IEWC advances the way the world connects, stays powered, and drives forward through comprehensive wire, cable, and wire management solutions. As global supply chain partner to thousands of companies in manufacturing, infrastructure, broadcast, professional audio-visual and telecommunications, IEWC has been an entrusted partner supporting customer supply chain, logistics and product quality initiatives for 59 years. IEWC is an employee-owned company with 26 locations in nine countries, serving customers in 100 countries.