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IEC Electronics names new vice presidents

Rochester Business Journal
February 12, 2014

IEC Electronics Corp. has appointed two executives to its team.

The company named Brett Mancini as vice president of business development and engineering services, and Michael Williams as vice president of finance.

Mancini will report directly to Barry Gilbert, IEC’s chairman and CEO, while Williams will report to Vincent Leo, chief financial officer.

Mancini joined IEC in 2008 as director of customer management and was promoted in 2010 to vice president of sales and customer management.

Williams previously worked for Bausch & Lomb Inc., serving from 1995 to October, 2013 as vice president of finance and controller for its $1.3 billion global vision care business.

“I am excited about the momentum Brett and Mike bring to our leadership team and look forward to taking full advantage of the depth of their combined experience,” Gilbert said in a statement.

IEC ranked 13th on the most recent Rochester Business Journal list of manufacturers with 607 employees.

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