LEADERSHIP COUNCIL SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS WELCOMES THREE NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

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LEADERSHIP COUNCIL SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS WELCOMES THREE NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
July 10, 2014

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS WELCOMES THREE NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Edwardsville, lll., June 27, 2014… The Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois recently added three new executive committee members to its executive leadership. Joining the executive committee are Leadership Council Board of Directors Alonzo Byrd from Enterprise Holdings Inc., Bob Graebe from the ROHO Group and Mary Lamie from EFK Moen.

Alonzo Byrd, Assistant Vice President of Public affairs for Enterprise Holdings Inc., is joining as an executive committee member on the Leadership Council.  Enterprise Holdings is the largest rental car company in North America. He is responsible for the development and execution of corporate citizenship initiatives nationwide.  Byrd, joined Enterprise in 2002, works closely with senior management to ensure external initiatives are relevant and consistent with company values.  He also works with Enterprise Holdings’ operating groups across the country to cultivate relationships with community leaders, public officials, and multicultural groups.

Mary Lamie, Vice President of EFK Moen, a Civil Engineering firm with an emphasis in transportation engineering and design. Services include Structural/Bridge Engineering, Traffic Studies, Construction Inspection, Site Design, Public/Community Involvement and Professional Land Surveying. EFK Moen holds the Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certifications in MO and IL as well as other states. Lamie has over 22 years of experience with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), with the last 7 years as the Deputy Director of Highways Region Five Engineer where she was responsible for the development and implementation of the Region’s transportation program which includes engineering, management and budgetary responsibilities.

Bob Graebe, CEO of the ROHO Group, a Belleville-based manufacturer of wheelchair cushions and backs, medical mattresses and pressure mapping systems. The company’s mission is to provide superior quality products in order to support those seeking skin protection and comfort and positioning solutions. Graebe first started working for the family business in 1975 and eventually became CEO in 2007. The ROHO Group has world-wide sales and was started by his father, Robert H. Graebe, in 1973.

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