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TU change of leadership

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*FYI*
Charles Gauvin CEO/President of TU national will be stepping down on February 1. Chris Wood, currently TU's Chief Operating Officer, will become the new CEO/President.

www.tu.org/press_releases/2010 ... -plan-0?tr=y&auid=5851317

Posted on: 2010/1/27 12:27


Re: TU change of leadership
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Now that I am informed, what does it mean? A national drive to save Pennsylvania waters?

Posted on: 2010/1/27 17:07
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Greeeeeeat... a BLM guy from Idaho...I bet he knows Larry Craig. I think I might want to see the rest of his resume...

Posted on: 2010/1/27 17:13


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>*FYI*
Charles Gauvin CEO/President of TU national will be stepping down on February 1. Chris Wood, currently TU's Chief Operating Officer, will become the new CEO/President.>

"Now that I am informed, what does it mean?"

Given that's its an in-house shuffle, it probably means more Charles, only without Charles...


In Gauvin's favor, he grew TU and made it a player in situations where it had not previously been a player. And somehow, he did it by both gussifying/glamorizing TU to a certain extent and yet, without losing the grassroots focus that has always been TU's best tool.

That's a pretty nimble balancing act and I have to tip my hat to him for that, at least..

Posted on: 2010/1/28 18:53






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