The Electrification business at ABB continues its focus on the U.S. market with new hires and role expansions within its U.S. Installation Products sales organization.
Christy Tilton joins the U.S. Electrification team as National Vice President of Sales for the Installation Products sales force. Christy joins ABB from Eaton Bussman where she was Vice President of Sales for North America. Prior to this, Christy held sales leadership positions at Eaton including Vice President of Sales, Western Region, Lighting, Director of Sales, Western Region OEM and Government Sales Manager, Southwest Region. Christy began her sales career at GE where she gained extensive experience across the electrical one-line. Christy earned a BS Degree from Western Illinois University and an Executive Masters in Business Administration from Arizona State University, W.P Carey School of Business.
Deni Miller is appointed Vice President of Sales for the C/I/OEM West Region. Deni joined ABB from GE following the GEIS acquisition and has successfully led the US EL OEM sales organization for the last 18 months, driving significant topline growth and account conversions. Deni has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida.
Paul McCracken is appointed Vice President of Sales for the C/I/OEM East Region. This is an expansion of his most recent role where he was responsible for the C&I North Region following the GEIS acquisition. Paul has held various sales and operational leadership positions over his 25-year GE career including Global Sales Leader for Contractor, Distribution and OEM Markets for GEIS. Paul has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business.
Since 2010, ABB has invested over $14 billion in the United States and the country is the largest single market for its products.
"ABB is continuing to expand to meet the growing demand for our Electrification solutions in the U.S.," said Frankin Sullivan, Lead Business Manager, ABB Electrification. "Adding experienced sales pros to our organization will help our customers get the most out of ABB's products. We are here to help our customers win in the marketplace. If we help them win, we win."
With over 24,000 employees in more than 100 communities, ABB is a leader in the industrial technology revolution in the United States. ABB's Electrification business has always been at the forefront of innovative electrification and today is writing the future of safe, smart and sustainable electrification.
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