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PTDA Board of Directors selects Ann Arnott to succeed Mary Sue Lyon as executive vice president
Ann Arnott, currently PTDA’s vice president of programs and services will be executive vice president effective January 1, 2011.
Ann Arnott, currently PTDA’s vice president of programs and services will be executive vice president effective January 1, 2011.

The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) Board of Directors unanimously selected Ann Arnott, currently PTDA’s vice president of programs and services, to succeed Mary Sue Lyon as the next executive vice president of PTDA, effective January 1, 2011.

The selection of Arnott is a result of an exhaustive search that began in March 2009, after the Board of Directors received notification of Lyon’s intent to retire at the end of 2010. After concluding the search process, PTDA’s leadership affirmed their support of Arnott. 

Arnott joined PTDA in 2006 as director of programs and services and was promoted to her current role in 2008. Arnott is integral in managing the development and execution of PTDA’s strategic plan through the association’s volunteer committees, task forces and work groups. Additionally, she provides oversight for the association’s events, including the Industry Summit, Canadian Conference and Leadership Development Conference. Arnott also oversees the association’s marketing plan. Prior to working with the association, Arnott spent 16 years with the Institute of Real Estate Management, where she developed a broad-based background in association management. Serving as financial editor, chapter relations manager, member and chapter services manager and finance manager, Arnott rose to the position of director of marketing and sales, where she crafted and implemented a long-term strategic marketing plan. PTDA also benefits from Arnott’s financial background. Before beginning her career in association management, Arnott completed her MBA in Finance and worked at the investment counseling firm Scudder, Stevens and Clark.
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