The National Kitchen & Bath Association promoted Bill Darcy from his previous role as executive vice president to CEO.
Darcy began with the NKBA as the manager of marketing partnerships, and was later promoted to manager of business development, where he generated more than $1 million in non-dues revenue for the association, followed by senior manager of marketing, director of marketing, and most recently as of April 2011, executive vice president. Prior to joining the NKBA, Darcy was senior director of corporate accounts at NASCAR’s sister company, ISC.
NKBA says Darcy’s outreach to industry associations such as the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, American Lighting Association, Association of Closet and Storage Professionals, National Tile Contractors Association, National Association of the Remodeling Industry, and Custom Electronics Design & Installation Association have led to collaborative relationships and programs between the organizations.
“Since being promoted to executive vice president last spring, Bill has demonstrated that hard work, forward thinking and the willingness to take challenging issues head on leads to success,” according to NKBA President Alan W. Zielinski. “The NKBA executive committee and board of directors are confident that Bill will seek out new opportunities to build a stronger association, one that will remain at the forefront of revitalization and growth in the kitchen and bath industry.”
To learn more, visit www.nkba.org.
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