NCA selects Gene Stodolak as new executive director

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    The Niagara Construction Association (NCA) has selected Gene Stodolak as its new executive director.

    “I would like to thank the search committee, including Jacq Hammond of Donaldson & James, panel interviewers and all those who were involved in the crucial task of selecting our new Executive Director,” said Kevin Brown, president of the NCA’s board of directors. “After a thorough two-month search, the board unanimously appointed Gene Stodolak, as the NCA executive director.”

    In an announcement, the NCA says Stodolak “is a highly motivated project management professional and past university/college and association administrator who has a passion for learning and ‘knowledge transfer’. A visionary who is energetic and dedicated to impacting the well-being of his profession and his community.”

    The NCA says he has proven himself to be leader in the fields of construction/project management, applied science and engineering technology and association management.

    His accomplishments in association management include past president of arrchitectural and engineering technology Associations as well as his appointment to provincial standard committees. His professional experience in construction and project management include Mohawk College, McMaster University and architectural and engineering firms over the past several years.

    In addition to his professional and association management, Gene’s past career as professor in architectural, engineering and construction management programs, allowed him to enhance his vision in educational excellence as Director of co-op education for students in post-secondary institutions, the NCA says.

    “This knowledge and experience will help foster and develop opportunities for NCAs future growth and development.”

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