ADC announces executive promotions

May 29, 2007 -- ADC has announced the appointment of Steven Nemitz to the position of vice president, controller, and of Kimberly Hartwell to the position of vice president, Americas sales, marketing and customer service.

May 29, 2007 -- ADC has announced the appointment of Steven Nemitz to the position of vice president, controller, and of Kimberly Hartwell to the position of vice president, Americas sales, marketing and customer service.

According to a press release, Nemitz is the successor to the Controller position following the recent promotion of James G. Mathews as the company's Chief Financial Officer. Nemitz also will serve as ADC's principal accounting officer. Hartwell's appointment follows a decision by Stephen C. Mitchell to leave ADC in order to pursue an opportunity with another company.

"The promotion of both Steve Nemitz and Kim Hartwell to these key management roles reflects the strength of ADC's management team. They are both exceptional leaders and I am excited about the opportunity for ADC to benefit from their contributions in these important executive roles," comments Robert E. Switz, president and CEO of ADC. "I also want to thank Steve Mitchell for his contributions to ADC's success during his tenure with the company."

Nemitz joined ADC in January 2000 and has served in a variety of positions with progressively increasing responsibility, most recently as assistant corporate controller. Prior to ADC, he served as senior auditor at Arthur Anderson. Nemitz has an undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of St. Thomas and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Hartwell joined ADC in July 2004. Prior to ADC, she served in leadership roles with Emerson Electric and Marconi. Hartwell has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering and math from Vanderbilt University and an MBA degree from Case Western Reserve University.


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