Greene, Tweed has announced the appointment of Kevin Lukiewski as President, effective March 9. Lukiewski has worked for Greene, Tweed since 1999 and has served as Chief Financial Officer since 2008. He brings a deep knowledge of strategy, financial management, and Greene, Tweed’s goals and core values to the role.
“We are confident that Kevin’s thorough understanding of what makes Greene, Tweed successful, and his deep commitment to our future, make him the right president for Greene, Tweed,” said Michael Delfiner, Chairman of Greene, Tweed.
During his tenure as Greene, Tweed’s CFO, Lukiewski also took on the responsibility as General Manager of the Semiconductor business from 2012 to 2014. Prior to joining Greene, Tweed, he was a Senior Manager at KPMG. He has a BS in accounting from the University of Scranton.
“I am honored that the Board of Greene, Tweed has chosen to appoint me as president,” said Lukiewski. “I look forward to the opportunity to serve in this capacity and with the support of all Greene, Tweed employees will lead this successful company into our next phase of growth.”
Greene, Tweed also announced the appointments of several individuals who have taken key roles in the organization. Allon Bloch, who has served as the General Manager of the Industrial business, will now assume responsibility for Corporate Strategy as well as lead one of the company’s business units. Brent Regan, who formerly served as the General Manager of the Energy business, will lead the Business Units and Technology Development Group. Carla Lopez-Hodoyan, who has served in a variety of commercial roles including marketing, new product development, and sales management, will lead the Commercial organization. Fernando Torres, whose most recent role was as Director of Manufacturing and Supply Chain, will now assume the role of VP of Operations. Jeremy Midwinter, who previously served as Vice President of Finance & Treasurer, will succeed Lukiewski as CFO.