Jeff Henderson is Aluminum Anodizers Council new President

Henderson succeeds Rand Baldwin, who announced his retirement to AAC’s Board of Directors in the fall of 2015.


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Jeff Henderson


The Aluminum Anodizers Council has chosen Jeff Henderson to be its next president effective immediately.  Henderson succeeds Rand Baldwin, who announced his retirement to AAC’s Board of Directors in the fall of 2015. 


“I am very excited and honored to be AAC’s next President.  There are many exciting initiatives underway by the Council, so we are well positioned to accelerate our growth..” said Henderson. He was officially elected President during the AAC Winter Board of Directors Meeting on January 19, 2016 in New Orleans.

AAC Immediate Past Chairman Roger Thomas of Alexandria Industries said, “On behalf of the entire Council, I want to thank Rand for his years of service – both to the Council and our industry.”


Baldwin said of his time as AAC President, “I want to thank AAC members and volunteer leaders for their support.  It’s been an exciting time for the industry and I am pleased to see our strategic plan transform the industry in a positive way.”

AAC has made several changes in the several months, including a rebranding effort and several successful educational programs.  “We are looking forward to more positive changes this year under Jeff’s leadership.” said Thomas.  


For more information about the Aluminum Anodizers Council, please visit anodizing.org.

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