More stories about Leadership

  • The 2012 Power 25

    The 2012 list recognizes a group of professionals poised to become the leaders of tomorrow. Many are already leaders in their own right, who can point to a long list of notable accomplishments.

  • Neptune Benson Announces New President

    Coming off the heels of its acquisition of Engineered Treatment Systems, Coventry-R. I.-based Neptune Benson has announced the appointment of Michael Griffin as its new president.

  • NDPA Taps New Leader

    Less than a month after losing its executive director, a leading water safety organization has named a replacement.

  • NDPA Director Steps Down

    Kristin Goffman, a founding board member of the National Drowning Prevention Alliance, has resigned as its executive director.

  • West Haven Officials Rename Pool After Porn Charges

    Following the arrest of veteran chemistry teacher and swim coach David Tremblay, the West Haven, Conn., education board has voted 9-0 to rename the pool previously named in his honor.

  • Hero with a Thousand Faces

    He actually ran toward the bullets

  • Lee Tate

    Lee Tate may have retired from his job as an environmental engineer for the state of Georgia, but he’s not relaxing in a rocking chair or hitting the golf course just yet

  • Bob Vincent

    There are approximately 38,000 public pools in Florida, and Bob Vincent is one man overseeing them all

  • Doug Sackett

    Doug Sackett has worked in aquatics since he came to the New York State Health Department more than 30 years ago, and in that time he’s been responsible for a lot

  • Kathryn Scott

    “One day I’ll grow up and get a real job.” That’s what Kathryn Scott likes to joke when asked about her work