Kate Offringa named NAIMA's interim president and CEO
The NAIMA Board of Governors has named Kate Offringa interim President and CEO of the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (“NAIMA”). Previously, Kate has served as NAIMA’s Vice President of Public Affairs.
Retiring NAIMA President and CEO Ken Mentzer said “Everyone is very pleased that Kate has accepted these new responsibilities. She brings great experience in energy efficiency along with an established track record of accomplishing her objectives. The Board has made a smart choice.”
Before coming to NAIMA, Offringa was Director of Market Transformation for The Alliance to Save Energy. Offringa received her Master of Arts degree in international relations and economics from The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. She received her B.A. degree Magna Cum Laude from the University of New Hampshire in political science and international affairs.
NAIMA is the association for North American manufacturers of fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool insulation products. Its role is to promote energy efficiency and environmental preservation through the use of fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool insulation, and to encourage the safe production and use of these materials.
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