NSF Appoints New Director of Business Development

August 26, 2008

Mike Chaudron will focus on global client relations for NSF's water systems and food equipment businesses

Mike Chaudron has been named director of business development for NSF Intl. As a leader in NSF’s Customer Management Group, Chaudron will focus on global client relations for NSF’s water systems and food equipment businesses.

“Mike is an innovative leader who brings a broad range of management and people skills to his new position,” said David Kirkpatrick, director of NSF’s Customer Management Group. “With his extensive experience in sales strategy and safety/environmental management, he will continue to leverage his outstanding insights to lead our customer-focused initiatives both domestically and abroad.”

Chaudron started at NSF in 2006 as the national sales manager for NSF Intl. Strategic Registrations (ISR), an NSF Intl. company that provides management system registrations worldwide. He supervised NSF-ISR sales teams in North America, including registration services in Canada and Mexico, and developed and executed targeted sales initiatives. He also substantially increased registration sales, moving NSF-ISR from the eleventh-largest to sixth-largest U.S. management systems registrar.

Prior to his appointment at NSF-ISR, Chaudron served as the national Sales and marketing manager for Centrus Intl., a subsidiary of Eastman Chemical Co. in Ann Arbor, Mich. He also served as president and director of business development for MSE Environmental and Safety, Inc., an international environmental science and engineering company. Chaudron has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Alabama.

In his new role, Chaudron will be responsible for directing global sales and business development functions. This will include developing sales initiatives for all regions and managing NSF’s sales staff worldwide.

Source:

NSF Intl.

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