Monday October 5, 2020 0 comments
DENVER -- Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEIS) announced the appointment of Anne DelSanto and Lanesha Minnix to its board of directors.
“We are pleased to welcome Anne and Lanesha as new directors to the Advanced Energy board,” said Grant Beard, Advanced Energy’s board chair.
“Both Anne and Lanesha bring significant skills and expertise that are complementary to the board as we continue to profitably grow both organically and inorganically in our served markets.
“I welcome Anne and Lanesha to our board and look forward to their contributions.”
“They join Advanced Energy at an exciting time as we continue to execute on our growth strategy, drive profitability and enhance shareholder value,” said Yuval Wasserman, AE’s CEO.
“Anne’s background in software & networking and Lanesha’s background in industrial will provide valuable insight and perspectives that will allow us to meet our strategic goals as an industrial technology leader for power solutions.”
DelSanto is a limited partner at Operator Collective and Stage2Capital. From February 2018 to April 2019, she served as executive VP and GM of Platform at Salesforce.com, a customer relationship management company, following six years of other senior leadership roles at the company.
Prior to Salesforce, DelSanto served as group VP of sales engineering at Oracle. She began her career as an account systems engineer with IBM, where she spent several years building solutions for the healthcare market.
She serves on the board at Juniper Networks and New Relic. DelSanto graduated with a degree in Mathematics from St. John's University and earned an M.S. in Administrative Studies from Boston College.
Minnix is chief legal officer and corporate secretary of Flowserve Corporation, a publicly traded manufacturer of engineered and industrial pumps, valves and seals for a range of industries.
Prior to joining Flowserve, she served as senior VP and general counsel for BMC Stock Holdings, a leading provider of diversified building products and services, from June 2017 until June 2018.
Minnix served as VP, deputy general counsel and chief compliance officer for ABM Industries, a facility solutions company, from May 2012 until May 2017.
Prior to joining ABM, Minnix held roles with increasing responsibility at both Royal Dutch Shell/Shell Oil Company and Sprint Corporation. She began her career as a corporate associate at the law firm of K&L Gates.