CNUC Promotes Jimmy Williams to Vice PresidentAnnouncements
CNUC has promoted Jimmy Williams from regional manager to vice president, effectively transitioning him onto the executive leadership team for the company. Williams, who already manages the western U.S. territory for CNUC, joins counterpart Josh Beaver, also in the vice president role. Beaver will continue his role in the eastern U.S. territory and with small-scale UVM projects throughout the country.
This promotion gives Williams additional contract and corporate responsibilities, and he will also retain his oversight of all contracts in the western U.S. territory as well as a workforce of more than 100 employees.
“We’re very excited for Jimmy to take on this new role,” said Derek Vannice, president and COO of CNUC. “He has been influential in the growth and success of CNUC. We’re growing quick, and we recognize that our employees need to grow right along with us.”
Williams began his career with CNUC in 2013 as a project manager before being promoted to regional supervisor, then regional manager, and now vice president. He has nearly nine years of experience in the utility vegetation management industry and has experience performing safety audits and working with vegetation management databases. Williams is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Utility Specialist and ISA Certified Arborist, and is a volunteer on the Utility Arborist Association Marketing Committee.
“I’m excited about the new opportunity and looking forward to helping take CNUC to the next level,” said Williams. “We have a great culture and I’m just excited to be a part of it.”
Williams’ promotion aims to build on the strong leadership team at CNUC, and to better serve current and future clients.