Emily Grene Announces Changes to Senior Leadership Team

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October 09, 2020

LOS ANGELES – October 9, 2020 – Emily Grene Corporation announced today a series of changes to its senior leadership team.

“One of my top priorities is strengthening our businesses,” said Emily Grene President & Chief Executive Officer Burke Ewers. “The leaders we are announcing today are exceptionally well suited to these new roles.”

Mark Cram has been named senior vice president of operations. As Senior Vice President of Operations, Cram will oversee Emily Grene’s electrical, automation, HVAC, and power conversion businesses. Cram has more than 25 years of experience working in senior roles in energy, electrical, operations and corporate leadership.

Stephen Finnegan will expand his role of vice president to include business strategy. In this role, Finnegan will look at strategic imperatives and industry trends impacting Emily Grene’s future, and he will leverage his knowledge of industry trends to assist in strategic planning. Prior to joining the team at Emily Grene, Finnegan acted as a strategic consultant for the business and held senior roles in IT. 

Brian Marini has joined the team as the director of Emily Grene’s automation services. In this role, Marini will report to Emily Grene’s Senior Vice President of Operations Mark Cram and integrate the operations of Emily Grene’s automation, control, HVAC, and electrical services for commercial and industrial customers nationwide. Marini joined Emily Grene in 2020 and has held a series of leadership roles in automation. Prior to joining Emily Grene, he served as president and CEO of Twisted Pair Automation and was a consulting engineer at Google.

Deanna Masiar has been named director of marketing content & strategy at Emily Grene. In this newly created role, Masiar will report to Emily Grene’s President & Chief Executive Officer Burke Ewers and execute all marketing communications, marketing initiatives, and inbound and outbound marketing strategies. Prior to this role, Masiar held senior roles in marketing at Informa, Worldwide Business Research, and Izea.

Nicole Stell has joined the team as director of residential builder relations & design. In this role, she will leverage her knowledge of the industry to advise and help position the production build business for success. Prior to joining Emily Grene, she acted as a long-time associate at Interior Logic Group.

About Emily Grene:

As a national provider of clean energy technologies and services, Emily Grene helps businesses find cost-effective green solutions that reduce energy consumption and negative environmental impact. We work across many sectors—including industrial, commercial, institutional, and residential. In each, we support our clients in implementing initiatives that focus on environmental policy and its impact on customers. Emily Grene’s success in meeting our customers’ goals is touted by clients across all our divisions—electrical, low voltage, air conditioning, automation, security, construction, and smart home installation. Our innovative design and technological integration provide solutions that maximize efficiency, reduce energy consumption, and increase savings and profits. We bring a whole different energy; asking better questions to get to better answers.

For media inquiries, please contact:
Deanna Masiar
Director, Marketing Content & Strategy
Emily Grene
+1 626 222 887