April 13, 2016

NASA Seeks New Top Exec

Lonnie Terry, long-time president and CEO of the North American Steel Alliance, and NASA Vice President Miles Donovan, both plan to retire early next year. NASA has established a search committee to recruit a replacement for its top leadership position. The new president will take on the critical parts of both of their jobs, with the balance of their duties being handled by staff already in place.

NASA is a member-owned purchasing cooperative representing more than 120 independently operated steel service centers in the U.S. and Canada. It has offices in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., and Elgin, Ill. Its primary focus is to strategically link its members with preferred suppliers, ranging from steel mills to makers of consumable goods, generating millions in rebates and cost savings.
 
For more information about the executive search, contact Rich Merlo at rmerlo@jdmsteel.com.
 


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