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CEO Update and Yearly Recap: Success, Challenges, and Sustaining Growth in to the Electrical Industry
January 23, 2020
1:00 p.m. EST
Come here Spenser Villwock, IEC's CEO, recap and highlight the various successes from 2019 along with a brief “sneak peak” of what to expect in 2020. Don't miss this opportunity to hear how IEC members can make a difference in the Electrical and Systems Industry in 2020.
Presenter: Spenser Villwock, IEC
As the CEO of IEC National, Spenser Villwock is focused on keeping the merit shop electrical and systems contracting industry at the cutting edge in America. Over the last five years, IEC has doubled in the number of electrical apprentices to over 12,000 advancing their careers in 50 IEC training centers and 2,400 member companies across the country. No stranger to the contracting industry, Spenser started working for his father’s merit-shop contracting business at the age of 14. Spenser is a seasoned association executive with over 26 years of leadership under his belt. He holds a Master’s Degree in non-profit management (MNM) and is one of 400 worldwide to hold both the US Chamber of Commerce Institute of Management (IOM) designation and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation. He also holds LEED-AP (Existing Buildings) accreditation, an Energy Executive Certificate from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and an undergraduate degree in English from Iowa State University. Spenser was raised in Iowa and has lived in Oregon, rural Japan, Maryland, and in the mountains of Colorado prior to relocating to the Washington DC metro in 2016.