St. Louis, MO - The National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) has named George Vorwick, Jr. as the incoming vice president-elect of the Eastern Region. Vorwick was elected by the Eastern Region Council, which represents NAED member companies in the Eastern U.S.
“I am looking forward to serving the NAED and the Eastern Region as the incoming vice president-elect,” said Vorwick, who serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for United Electric Supply Co., Inc. “People always say you get so much more out of volunteering than you put into it, and I think that is true. Volunteering to serve the NAED is a part of my continuing education.”
Vorwick has been in the industry more than 30 years and has attended NAED conferences since 1991, becoming a member of the council in 2010. He has participated in the Strategic Planning and Disaster Recovery Planning initiatives and is currently a member of the Selling Services Think Tank.
Headquartered in New Castle, Del., United Electric Co., Inc. operates 17 branches throughout Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Northern Virginia, and New Jersey.
As an NAED regional vice president-elect, Vorwick will serve on the NAED Board of Directors and help lead the region’s conferences, council meetings, and other events. He will also participate in NAED’s Membership and Strategic Focus Committees.
Marc Malvizzi, electrical division manager of Eastern Penn Supply Company, currently directs the Eastern Region Council.
The NAED is the trade association for the $70+ billion electrical distribution industry. Through networking, education, research, and benchmarking, NAED helps electrical distributors increase profitability and improve the channel. NAED’s membership operates in more than 5,100 locations internationally.