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IEC Electronics names new CFO

Rochester Business Journal
May 23, 2014

IEC Electronics Corp. has promoted Michael Williams to chief financial officer, effective June 1.

He replaces Vincent Leo, who is to return to Insero & Co. CPAs P.C., where he is a principal. He had served as IEC’s interim CFO since January 2011 following the resignation of Susan Topel-Samek.

Williams joined the Newark, Wayne County, firm in February as vice president of finance.

“We believe Mike’s experience and diversity of skills are excellent additions to those of our leadership and we look forward to his contributions toward the growth of the company,” said Barry Gilbert, chairman and CEO, in a statement.

Williams previously served in operations and finance roles during his career at Bausch & Lomb Inc. Before that, he was a financial analyst with Harris Corp.

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