Melanie Pizzey, TTI Vice President, Global Business Operations, Will Chair 2019 Executive Conference Committee

For Immediate Release - February 19, 2019

Contact:  Jennifer Read - jread@ecianow.org

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Melanie Pizzey, TTI Vice President, Global Business Operations, Will Chair 2019 Executive Conference Committee

Atlanta, GA - ECIA is pleased to announce Melanie Pizzey has accepted leadership of the 2019
Executive Conference. Melanie will chair the ECIA Conference Committee to set the direction, choose
topics and select speakers for the 2019 event scheduled for October 20-22, in Rosemont, Illinois.

Melanie has been with TTI for 33 years, holding various positions in Purchasing, Product  Management, Asset Management, Product Marketing, Training, Sales & Product Operations and Supply Chain. She currently is serving as TTI Vice President, Global Business Operations managing Sales Operations, Product Operations, Training and Supply Chain Services.

She has been a member of ECIA and its predecessor, NEDA, for 25 years, serving as NEDA
Roundtable Chair, Supply Chain Council Chair, and on the Global Industry Practices Committee
(GIPC).  She is the recipient of the NEDA Distinguished Service Award in 2004 and ECIA's Distinguished Service Award in 2012.

“I am extremely pleased and excited to be offered the opportunityto chair the Executive Conference
Planning Committee this year. We have assembled a talented, experienced group of industryveterans
on the committee who are eager to create an agenda that is engaging, relevant to today’s business
issues and well worth your valuable time.”

"We are excited that Melanie has stepped forward to Chair this essential committee, and I look forward to working with her," commented ECIA Vice President Debbie Conyers. "Having someone with her experience and knowledge of the authorized channel will no doubt result in another verysuccessful Conference," she concluded.

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