Greenlane Renewables expands senior management team
August 31, 2022
By Maria Church
Greenlane Renewables Inc. announced that Alex Chassels has joined Greenlane in the newly created role of chief operating officer. Additionally, the company is announcing the promotions of Maura Lendon to chief legal officer and Sandra Keyton to chief human resources officer.
Alex Chassels brings over 25 years of experience and a track record of executive leadership in business transformation and operations optimization in growth-oriented technology companies with innovative products and complex global supply chains. Through growing positions of responsibility and leadership with Creo, Kodak, and Alpha Technologies (an Enersys Company) he has developed a clear team-based approach to delivering the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Alex holds a BA in philosophy (Magna Cum Laude) and chemistry from the University of Arizona.
“The extraordinary growth in our business and strength of our balance sheet is presenting us with many new opportunities, and as a result we are rapidly building the Company, adding talented new team members and accelerating systemic and process enhancements,” said Brad Douville, chief executive officer. “I am excited to announce the expansion of our senior management team and the appointment of Alex Chassels as chief operating officer. Alex will help us scale, transform and optimize our operations as we build on our strong reputation in the sector and further invest in the business to continue building Greenlane into a leading global biogas upgrading system provider.”
“From our existing management team, I am also honoured to announce the promotions of Maura Lendon to chief legal officer and Sandra Keyton to chief human resources officer,” added Douville. “Both Maura and Sandra have demonstrated solid leadership and made significant contributions during our recent phase of growth and will both play important roles going forward as we expect to continue building Greenlane’s business and presence in the global RNG market.”
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