The Nonwovens Industry Association Inda has appointed Anthony & ldquo; Tony” Fragnito is the chief operating officer and reports to Dave Rousse, President of Inda. Fragnito will play a leading role in updating Inda's technology platform, financial operations and implementing Inda's new strategic plan.
He has decades of leadership experience to help trade and professional organizations realize their organizational and operational potential. As a certified public accountant, Tony brings strong financial acumen and a wide range of technical, human resources and project management achievements from organizations representing various professions and industries. He recently served as the chief financial officer of the International Institute of automation (ISA) in triangle Research Park, North Carolina. Prior to that, he was CEO of XBRL international, Inc., an international consortium of companies dedicated to developing and promoting technologies for collecting business and financial data. He graduated from George Mason University and is a resident of new hill, North Carolina.
“ We welcome Tony to Inda & nbsp; And look forward to using his executive insight and good performance record as we continue to develop and implement Inda's evolving strategic plan, & rdquo& nbsp; Said Christopher Astley, chief commercial officer of glatfelter, chairman of Inda's board of directors.
“ As we implement our new five pillar strategic plan, Tony combines entrepreneurship with the strategic execution management skills required by Inda, & rdquo; Said Dave Rousse, President of Inda& ldquo; I look forward to working with him to make Inda an organization that constantly pursues excellence and provides greater value to our industry and our members& rdquo;& nbsp;& nbsp;
“ It was an exciting moment for me to join Inda and build on a strong program to help the industry and members succeed, fragnito shared& ldquo; Inda has a strong team and good leadership, and I look forward to working with them because we have opened up new areas for industry relevance& rdquo;& nbsp;