ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) Intl. Inc. added Robb Clawson and Scott Arnold to its staff, bolstering the marketing and communication efforts of the international authority on air-system components.
"We recognized the need to enhance the AMCA brand, messaging, and educational outreach," said Michael Ivanovich, senior director of industry relations, AMCA. "Robb and Scott will lead our efforts in these and other areas. They bring outstanding marketing and editorial expertise to our team and will make us more effective advocates for AMCA's members and the air-systems industry as a whole."
Clawson joins AMCA as the associate director of marketing and communications, bringing more than 25 years' experience, primarily in the manufacturing and financial-service industries. He led the global branding and communications initiatives for companies such as The Weir Group, Rexnord, Experian, Hargrove, and Harley-Davidson Financial Services. He brings an extensive background in digital and social media, as well as advertising and tradeshows/events.
"Robb brings broad and deep capabilities to AMCA, and we look forward to his leadership in establishing a more integrated global identity for AMCA as membership and participation in the Certified Ratings Program continue to grow in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East," said Mark Stevens, executive director, AMCA
Scott Arnold joined AMCA in August as manager of industry content. He will lead the development and publication of AMCA’s inmotion magazine, newsletters, white papers, and other educational content. He has served as an editor for HPAC Engineering for the previous 18 years.
"I've known and worked with Scott for many years," Ivanovich said. "He is a highly respected editor who is knowledgeable of the industries served by AMCA, and members and staff will enjoy working with him to develop and deliver educational content."
For more information, visit www.amca.org.
Publication date: 12/18/17