NEW YORK — 7x24 Exchange Intl. announced the election of two new officers. Cyrus Izzo, co-president of Syska Hennessy Group, has been elected president of the organization, and Juli Ierulli, e-commerce operations and customer support manager of Caterpillar Inc., has been elected vice president.
Izzo has over 25 years of managemen- level experience, including extensive involvement in all aspects of major building systems. He holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Manhattan College and is a licensed professional engineer in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Michigan, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. In addition to the 7x24 Exchange board, he serves on the boards of the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York, the New York Building Congress, and the ACE Mentor Program of NYC. He is also a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and CoreNet Global.
"Since joining the 7x24 Exchange board of directors in 2010, Cyrus Izzo has provided strategic direction and industry insights, resulting in 7x24 Exchange maintaining its position as the leading knowledge exchange in the mission critical industry,” Ais bob Cassiliano, chairman and CEO of 7x24. “I look forward to Cyrus’ continued guidance as president to increase the impact of 7x24 Exchange on the industry." "Serving the mission critical industry through 7x24 Exchange continues to be a keystone of my career,” Izzo said. “I remain focused, along with my fellow board members and Syska colleagues, on ensuring that the organization remains a leader in the industry. As president, I look forward to serving the organization and the industry."
Juli Ierulli is an award-winning marketing professional with more than 20 years of marketing and business transformation experience. She is known for driving growth, maximizing operational excellence, and delivering financial performance. She has a communications degree from Bradley University and is a certified Six Sigma black belt and scrum master.
"Juli joined the 7x24 Exchange board of directors in 2010,” Cassiliano said. “As a director with considerable marketing experience, Juli drove the development of a Women in Mission Critical Operations (WiMCO) community and International Data Center Day, designed to create awareness of the data center industry and to inspire the next generation of talent. I look forward to Juli’s ever-innovative contributions to the organization and the industry."
"It’s a great honor to have been elected vice president of 7x24 exchange,” Ierulli said. “Our commitment to industry-leading conferences and knowledge sharing, STEM-based programs, and our newest awareness endeavor — International Data Center Day — remains steadfast. I look forward to continuing my service in bringing these vital endeavors to the data center community."
Both Izzo and Ierulli were elected to their new positions through a balloting process by which members voted. Prior to being elected as president and vice president, both served previously on the board — Izzo as vice president and Ierulli as director of marketing/vendor representative.