Clunie Named VP, Ops Director for EPTAC PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 10:57

MANCHESTER, NHEPTAC Corp. has appointed Brenda Clunie as vice president and operations director.

Clunie has served in various capacities for the past 16 years and has aided in the support and development of the operational component of EPTAC. She oversees the development and support staff that govern the execution and delivery of every program offered and manages its schedule for the US and Canada.

Under her new position, she, along with her existing responsibilities, will be assuming developmental roles and the management of training locations throughout EPTAC’s market.

Leo Lambert, vice president and technical director, will continue to support and manage all technical issues and aspects of the training programs, along with customer support and consulting services. Both will now oversee the direction and technical efforts of the company while managing current staffing.

EPTAC provides electronics training and IPC certification.



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