The IAPMO Group is pleased to announce the hiring of Tina Donda as vice president of Water Systems.
Donda comes to The IAPMO Group after spending 14 years with the Lisle, Ill.,-based Water Quality Association, where she most recently served as business development director after nearly two years as the global business development manager. During her time as business development director, Donda facilitated a cross-department reorganization design; collaborated with peers to develop the three-year strategic goals; and was the main point of contact for outside companies. Prior to that, she was a product certification supervisor for the WQA from 2003 to 2013.
Donda’s primary responsibilities with IAPMO will be to promote the organization’s Water Systems product certification program and assist companies through the testing and certification processes.
“I am more than thrilled to be joining the IAPMO team,” Donda said. “I am looking forward to growing the drinking water systems program to unexpected levels. I was specifically drawn to IAPMO based on the rave reviews I kept hearing regarding the atmosphere of the company as a whole, as well as the wonderful nature of individuals that I will be working with.”
Thomas Palkon, senior vice president of Water Systems for The IAPMO Group, worked with Donda at the Water Quality Association.
“I’m excited that Tina has joined The IAPMO Group,” Palkon said. “The skills that she brings will have a profound impact on the continued growth and success of IAPMO’s product certification program.”
About The IAPMO Group
The IAPMO Group offers an extensive menu of services – product testing and certification, code and standard development, training and education, personnel credentialing, and quality management system certification – offering clients worldwide one-stop sourcing for all of their plumbing, mechanical, electrical, solar, and food equipment certification needs, all with fast turnaround and industry-renowned customer service. For a complete listing of available services, visit www.iapmo.org.
Last modified: October 29, 2015