Rosendin Electric Names New Senior Vice President And New Director of Operations
Retirement of senior vice president prompts promotions at San Jose headquarters.
Rosendin Electric has promoted Matthew Englert to the role of senior vice president, replacing Willie Micene, current senior vice president, who is retiring at the end of 2016. The company also named Angela Hart to the new position of director of operations, San Jose, with responsibility for Rosendin Electric’s South Bay Area operations.
Matt has been with Rosendin Electric since 2000 when he joined the company’s Estimating department. Shortly after starting with the company, Matt was promoted to project manager with responsibility for several large data center and power plant projects. Matt was instrumental in developing Rosendin Electric’s Mission Critical resource group, and creating modular power solutions (MPS) to offer alternative power solutions for data centers and other business-critical applications.
Angela has been with Rosendin Electric for 25 years and has risen through the company’s operations, starting as a management assistant. She was promoted to division manager in 2007, and now has assumed a newly created role as director of operations, San Jose. Angela’s hands-on approach and attention to detail has helped the company solidify its market position in Silicon Valley and has helped Rosendin Electric develop a foundation of repeat customers.
“With the retirement of Willie Micene we have an opportunity to promote Matt and Angela to new roles that will allow them to make an even greater contribution to the company’s growth and success,” said Tom Sorley, chairman and CEO of Rosendin Electric. “Matt’s dedication and sense of innovation has been instrumental in building our data center and modular power business. As senior vice president, Matt will be able to apply his experience and talents and have an even greater impact on our success. Angela also has proven to be invaluable, both in her dedication and her commitment to customer service, and has earned the new role of director of operations for San Jose.”