Brunswick Electric CEO Elected to National Board of Directors
Wake Electric CEO recognized for years of service
Josh Winslow, CEO and general manager of Supply-based Brunswick Electric, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC), an industry-leading information technology company.
NISC develops and supports software and hardware solutions for its member-owners, which are primarily utility cooperatives and telecommunications companies across the country.
Winslow’s election to the board fills a vacancy left by Wake Forest-based Wake Electric General Manager and CEO Jim Mangum, who has represented District 1 on the NISC board since 2000. Mangum also served on the board of one of NISC’s predecessor organizations from 1994 to 2000.
“Jim’s contributions to NISC have been many; he has seen us through tremendous growth and has been a strong supporter of both NISC and the cooperative movement,” said NISC President and CEO Dan Wilbanks. “I thank him for his contributions, and I’d also like to welcome Josh to our board. He is joining a great team, and we’re very much looking forward to having him on our Board to help guide NISC’s future.”
“NISC’s support is critical as its members position themselves to be successful in an industry future that centers on data-driven business operations and management,” Winslow said. “We are just beginning to realize the potential for ways we can leverage meter data to improve operations, finances and member relationships, and I am eager to further the capabilities of all our organizations in these areas and lead together with strategy, vision and integrity as a member of NISC’s board of directors.”
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