Chuck Treadway is the CEO of Accudyne Industries

Chuck Treadway

Charles L. Treadway

President and CEO, Accudyne Industries

Mr. Treadway is president and chief executive officer of Accudyne Industries.

Previously, he was Chief Executive Officer of Thomas & Betts Corp., overseeing the company’s successful $3.9 billion acquisition by ABB Group of Zurich in 2012 that retained the Thomas & Betts name and Memphis location. Treadway first worked at Thomas Betts as its Senior Vice President and Group President of Electrical in 2009 before being named as the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer in 2011. He was responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership to Thomas & Betts’s electrical products business on a global basis, including leveraging the strong brand and broad product portfolio, and sharing best practices across geographies. In a career spanning 20 years in the electrical products or related industries, Treadway served as President and Chief Executive Officer for Schneider Electric’s Custom Sensors and Technology (CST) global business unit, after managing Schneider’s low-voltage panel and busway business in China and Southeast Asia. Prior to Schneider, Treadway served as president of the Automotive Division of Prettl International, a subsidiary of German-based Prettl GMBH; president of Groupo Tesa Mexico (a division of Yale Security, Inc.) based in Guadalajara; and as an engineer for Square D, a subsidiary of Schneider.

Treadway earned a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Louisiana, a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University, and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard.

Kyle Lorentzen is the Chief Financial Officer for Accudyne Industries

Kyle Lorentzen

Kyle Lorentzen

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Lorentzen leads all aspects of the company’s finance function including accounting, treasury, tax, investor relations, audit and financial shared services.

He has worked for private equity-owned companies for the past 17 years. He has held senior financial and operating roles at companies such as Borden Chemical, Hexion, Berry Plastics, Noranda Aluminum, Constellium, and Express Energy Services.

Mr. Lorentzen holds a BA in Economics from Wake Forest University and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts.

Kevin McGlinchey is the General Council for Accudyne Industries

Kevin McGlinchey

Kevin McGlinchey

General Counsel, Accudyne Industries

Mr. McGlinchey is general counsel for Accudyne Industries and leads the Legal Affairs organization. He oversees legal, compliance and corporate governance matters throughout the organization.

He brings broad experience to this role, as he formerly served as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc. until its acquisition by Triumph Group. In that role, he was responsible for all legal, ethics, compliance, and internal audit functions at Vought. Prior to joining Accudyne, he was engaged in supporting various independent companies in a variety of legal, compliance and business affairs matters. Prior to the establishment of Vought as an independent company in 2000, McGlinchey served as a member of the corporate legal staff of Vought’s former parent, Northrop Grumman Corporation. He began his legal career practicing labor, employment and employee benefits law with the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Washington, D.C.

Mr. McGlinchey received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University and his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School.

Peggy Gann, Executive Vice President of Human Resources

Peggy Gann

Peggy Gann

Executive Vice President of Human Resources

Ms. Gann is Vice President of Human Resources. She is responsible for leading the Accudyne Industries human resources functions including employee relations, talent and leadership assessment and development, compensation and employee benefits, human resources strategy, organizational design and employee communications.

She brings a wealth of human resources executive experience with global industrial companies including Manville Corporation, Schneider Electric, Thomas & Betts and, most recently ABB.  In those roles, she successfully led all aspects of human resources functions with particularly noteworthy achievements in the critical areas of global talent management and leadership development.

Ms. Gann earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Barat College, and her MBA from the Lake Forest School of Management.  During her career as an Human Resources professional, she completed additional programs in human resources and management from leading institutions including the University of Michigan, Stanford University, the Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University and Western Ontario University.

Peter Johansson is the Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development for Accudyne Industries

Peter Johansson

Peter Johansson

Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development

Mr. Johansson is the Vice-President of Strategy and Corporate Development and he is responsible for driving company-wide strategy formulation and developing, evaluating and executing strategic growth.

Prior to joining Accudyne, Mr. Johansson led corporate strategy and business development efforts at several premier industrial manufacturing companies, most recently at IDEX Corporation. Prior to that, he held global leadership roles in marketing, product management, sales, strategy, and business development at ITT Corporation, Trane Commercial Systems units of American Standard, Honeywell and Parker Hannifin.

Mr. Johansson earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Methodist University, a MS in Mechanical Engineering from California State University- Fullerton, and an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. He is also a certified Six-Sigma Black Belt.

Nick Kendall-Jones is the President of the Precision Flow Systems Division

Nick Kendall-Jones

Nick Kendall-Jones

President, Precision Flow Systems Division

Mr. Kendall-Jones is President, Precision Flow Systems Division.  He is responsible for developing and directing business strategy and product development on a global scale.

Mr. Kendall-Jones previously worked for Barksdale, a division of industrial products manufacturer Crane Co., where he has served as the business unit’s President.  Prior to Crane, Mr. Kendall-Jones spent 6 years in global strategy and business development leadership roles for Xylem, a spinoff from ITT Corp. He started his career in various finance and operations roles with ITT Interconnect Solutions in the company’s EMEA, UK and Americas regions.

Mr. Kendall-Jones earned a degree in business and finance at Basingstoke College in the United Kingdom and completed the Strategic Management program at the UK’s Ashridge School of Business.  He is a certified Lean Six Sigma Champion.​

Mark Sefcik is the President of the Sundyne Division

Mark Sefcik

Mark Sefcik

President, Sundyne Division

Mr. Sefcik is the President of Sundyne.  He brings a broad diversified industrial operating background spanning 25 years within multiple markets/geographies.

Mr. Sefcik began his career at Westinghouse within engineering and process manufacturing before assuming larger roles in General Management/Executive P&L roles. Most recently, he worked for Actuant as the Industrial Segment Leader as well as Global President of Enerpac, the largest division within the Actuant group.

Mr. Sefcik attended Brigham Young University where he obtained a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and later received his MBA from Harvard University.