Rand Baldwin Replaces Greg Rajsky As Aluminum Anodizing Council President

Rajsky has been president of AAC for the past 13 years. Rand serves a similar “chief of staff” function for the AAC’s sister association, the Aluminum Extruders Council.


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Rand Baldwin (left) and Wang Zi Tao at the Extrusion Technology 2008 conference.
The Aluminum Anodizers Council has named Rand Baldwin to replace Greg Rajsky as president of the trade association on an interim basis.
“I’d like to thank Greg for his part in so many of the important accomplishments produced by AAC,” said Todd Hamilton, AAC chairman. “We will miss Greg’s contribution and his fellowship. Fortunately, AAC has a depth of staff that will afford us a seamless transition. Like Greg, Rand is experienced and qualified to lead our Council. He is also familiar with AAC, which will help in the transition.”
Rajsky has been president of AAC for the past 13 years. Rand serves a similar “chief of staff” function for the AAC’s  sister association, the Aluminum Extruders Council.
There were no other changes to staff, said Hamilton. Suzanne Spohr, AAC manager and event planner, will continue in her leadership role producing AAC education and events. Nancy Molenda remains the AAC communications manager. Mary Jo Ritt continues as AAC membership coordinator and Emily Bernardi continues as AAC accountant.
Rajsky final day with AAC was November 16.
“We wish Greg well in his future endeavors,” Hamilton said.


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