ASEA announced changes and expansions to its current executive team as part of a strategic move to position the company for future growth.
“We have every confidence that these expanded roles and the organizational changes accompanying them will allow ASEA to more aggressively enter its next phase of growth,” said CEO Chuck Funke. “We are extremely fortunate that these changes were all made with highly talented and trusted executives from within the organization.”
Current President Jarom Webb will expand his role on the Board of Managers as Vice Chairman, and will no longer be involved in the day-to-day operations at ASEA. In his new position, Webb will oversee the strategic direction of the company and support long-term growth.
Scott Alred will now take on the role of president while continuing as COO, overseeing ASEA’s science, regulatory and product development. Alred will now provide global infrastructure growth support and focus on the direction of the company’s operations.
Dave Wall will continue as CFO, directing the company’s finance department including treasury, accounting and tax, but will now also hold the role of Executive Vice President. In this role he will offer support to IT and human resources, and ensure these teams align to support future growth.
Ben Tyler will retain his role as the corporate secretary for the ASEA Board, but will also be promoted to Chief Legal Officer. With this promotion, Tyler will increase his focus on risk management and imperatives and oversee the company’s legal, international development and associate conduct and education.
“I’m excited about these changes,” says Founder and Chair Tyler Norton. “Just as importantly, I am grateful to Jarom, Scott, Dave, and Ben for their contributions going back to our earliest years and the expanded roles they are taking on to drive ASEA’s future growth.”