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Doug White will be responsible for enhancing purchasing power and developing training programs
The board of directors of the Culligan Dealers Assn. of North America (CDANA) announced that Doug White, former group vice president of Watts, has joined the association as director of member services. He will be primarily responsible for enhancing CDANA’s purchasing power for commodity-based products and streamlining the vendor selection process while continuing to work closely with the association’s Allied Purchasing program. White will also continue development of association training programs.
White is a past president of the Water Quality Assn. and has more than 35 years of industry experience. He received his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M and holds advanced degrees from Stanford University.
“I have spent many years in the water quality industry and look forward to working with many of my industry partners to provide additional value-added services to CDANA,” White said. “CDANA represents the largest group of water quality dealers in North America and I am very pleased to be part of the team.”