Updated: Jul 28
Electrical testing association welcomes new board members
NETA– the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (based in Portage, Michigan) announced updates to its Board of Directors June 27, including the addition of a new member and appointments to officer positions. Maintaining "decades-worth of combined industry experience," NETA says its Board of Directors "contributes to the association’s visioning, planning, and success, making the group a critical part of the organization’s make up."
Top row: Leif Hoegberg, Jim Cialdea, Scott Dude, Ken Bassett, Ron Widup, Virginia Balitski, Scott Blizard, Lorne Gara
Front row: John White, Bob Sheppard, Eric Beckman, Dan Hook, Chasen Tedder, Dave Huffman
“As our industry evolves and new challenges arise, NETA is extremely fortunate to maintain such an experienced and capable Board of Directors. We are thrilled to welcome Leif to the Board and Bob, Dan and Chasen to their respective roles,” said Missy Richard, Executive Director of NETA.
Leif Hoegberg joins the NETA Board of Directors in addition to his role as the Director of Engineering and Technical Support for Electrical Reliability Services. Leif also serves as member of the Standards Review Council.
Bob Sheppard of Premier Power Maintenance Corporation assumes the role of 1st Vice President. He also chairs the Training Committee and remains a member of the Promotions and Marketing, CTD Review, and Membership Application Review Committees.
Dan Hook of CBS Field Services becomes 2nd Vice President in addition to his role as chair to the NAMO, Technical Exam, and NETA World Committees. Dan will also remain a member of the Standards Review Council, Safety Committee, and Membership Application Review Committee.
Lastly, Chasen Tedder assumes the role of Secretary. An electrical field engineer from Hampton Tedder Technical Services, Chasen is also a member of Standards Review Council and the Conference and Membership Application Review Committees.