Arlington, VA— On December 11th, 2017, Spenser Villwock, CEO of the National Association of Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC National), was appointed to the Electrical Safety Foundation International’s (ESFI) Board of Directors.
ESFI is a non-profit organization governed by a prestigious Board of Directors who serve without compensation. ESFI’s Board of Directors is made up of senior management representatives from a number of organizations dedicated to providing electrical safety information to the public community and the workforce. ESFI activities are conducted in accordance with the Foundation's official bylaws.
As the CEO of IEC National, Spenser is keenly focused on keeping the electrical industry at the cutting edge from coast-to-coast. Spenser is a seasoned association executive with over 25 years of experience developing new programs, procedures, and additional value-add to key stakeholders.
“We are thrilled to welcome Spenser to the ESFI community,” said ESFI President, Brett Brenner. “IEC’s presence will assist us in creating and distributing educational safety materials for the growing workforce.”
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The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated exclusively to promoting the importance of electrical safety. ESFI proudly sponsors National Electrical Safety Month each May, and engages in public education campaigns throughout the year to increase awareness of the steps that can be taken to prevent electrical fires, injuries, and fatalities in the home, school, and workplace. Visit www.esfi.org to learn more about ESFI and electrical safety.
About IEC National:
IEC National is a non-profit trade association federation with 50 educational campuses and affiliate IEC local chapters across the country. IEC represents over 3,300 member business throughout the United States and educates over 10,500 electricians and systems professionals each year through world-class training programs. IEC contractor member companies are responsible for over $8.5 billion in gross revenue annually and are composed of some of the premier firms in the industry.