Network Services Company Hires Exec
Tracy Evatt has joined Network Services Company's (Network) executive leadership team, according to a company announcement. Evatt will provide direction and executive vision to ensure strong alignment with the company’s member-distributors. As a member of the executive team, he will also help to set the company’s strategy moving forward.
Evatt comes to Network a veteran of the distribution industry. With more than 40 years of experience he has held positions of increasing responsibility in sales, sales management, and organizational management. Most recently he served as chief operating officer of Pollock Paper (Orora), a Network Member based in Dallas. In his more than 23 year tenure with Pollock, Evatt played a fundamental role in execution of key strategies that drove efficiency and business growth. A strong ally in supplier partnership, he actively participated in a number of Supplier Advisory Councils throughout the years.
Evatt has also played a pivotal role in Network’s success. He served on Network’s Board of Directors for six years, including two years as chairman. He was actively involved in the organization’s Technology Council, Supplier Programs Committee, and Member Advocacy Committee.
“For years I have relied on Tracy’s counsel for insight to the important issues that impact our member-distributors,” said Alan Tomblin, president and CEO at Network. “I’m equally excited to have his support in further driving ROI for our supplier community. His commitment to supplier partnerships underscores Network’s own strong support of key relationships.”
Tomblin continued, “I am thrilled to formally welcome his expertise to our leadership team. His combination of industry knowledge and operational acumen will fortify our commitment to continued growth and long term success for our constituents.”
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