Power Electronics Industry Collaborative Adds New Executive Board Member

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PEIC has formally elected Nanci Vogtli of Concrete Logic to its board of directors. As founder of Concrete Logic, a technology consulting firm specializing in the cleantech hardware industry, Nanci primarily works with startup organizations to design business models, market strategies, and tactical execution plans.

(RALEIGH, NC – AUGUST 10, 2017) The Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC), a national member-based consortium comprised of industry, academic, and government stakeholders in the U.S. power electronics industry, has formally elected Nanci Vogtli of Concrete Logic to its board of directors. As founder of Concrete Logic, a technology consulting firm specializing in the cleantech hardware industry, Nanci primarily works with startup organizations to design business models, market strategies, and tactical execution plans.

As Board Treasurer, Nanci will oversee the management and reporting of PEIC’s finances. She will also contribute to the board’s overall duties in guiding PEIC as an organization to succeed in its mission to accelerate growth of the U.S. power electronics ecosystem and technology innovation – including a new, high priority program to advocate for workforce development.

“Nanci is an energetic and experienced professional with a wealth of high technology business experience, including in the power electronics industry,” said Keith Evans, PEIC President. “We first met Nanci at our 2015 annual member meeting hosted by PEIC member Keysight Technologies in Santa Clara, CA. Our member meetings are open to prospective members, and Nanci’s firm, Concrete Logic, joined PEIC shortly after the meeting. We are looking forward to Nanci’s participation at the board level as we continue to carry out PEIC’s mission.”

Previously general manager of Pulse Engineering’s telecommunications business unit, where she directed global cross-functional design teams to address power conversion requirements in that space, Nanci also has a more recent technical background that includes converters and inverters for renewable power, clean transportation, and energy efficiency markets. She holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration, Computer Information Systems from National University, and an Associate degree in Applied Science, Electro-Mechanical Technology from the State University of New York at Alfred.

PEIC, a national member-based consortium comprised of industry, academic, and government stakeholders in the U.S. power electronics industry, is actively engaging its member organizations and other industry, academic institutions, and government labs to develop workforce development programs specific to power electronics engineers, with the goal of ensuring a qualified pool of engineering talent to drive the next generation of power electronics innovation.

 

About PEIC

The Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC) is a national, industry-focused, member-based consortium comprised of original equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, researchers, scientists, and other stakeholders working to advance the U.S. power electronics ecosystem by accelerating power electronics technology development, analyzing the supply chain, and reinforcing workforce development opportunities.

PEIC is structured as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization, and is financially supported by its member companies. For complete PEIC information, member list and the latest news, please visit: https://peic-us.org/