- June 14, 2016
- Schneider Electric
In addition to her new role as President and CEO of Schneider Electric‚Äôs largest operating region, Clayton will continue to serve as the Group‚Äôs Chief Supply Chain Officer leading the Global Supply Chain organization.
June 14, 2016– Schneider Electric, a specialist in energy management and automation, announced it has appointed Annette Clayton as President and CEO, North America Operations. Clayton will be based in Schneider Electric’s North America headquarters in Andover, Mass. and is responsible for driving business strategy and execution for the region.
In addition to her new role as President and CEO of Schneider Electric’s largest operating region, Clayton will continue to serve as the Group’s Chief Supply Chain Officer leading the Global Supply Chain organization. In her dual capacity, she will remain a member of Schneider Electric’s Executive Committee.
Clayton joined Schneider Electric in 2011, after serving as Vice President of Global Operations at Dell for five years. She also spent 23 years at General Motors, in various roles, including President of Saturn Corporation. In her new role at Schneider Electric, she replaces Laurent Vernerey, who has led the North America region for the last three years and concludes a 30-year career at Schneider Electric.
Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, the North American Operating Division of Schneider Electric consists of approximately 30,000 employees within 4 business units and a services division, and sales of $7.3 billion (U.S.) in 2015. The North American Operating Division is one of four operating divisions of Schneider Electric, headquartered outside of Paris, France.
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