National Institute of Building Sciences Promotes Kennett, Lloyd, Marks
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
The National Institute of Building Sciences recently recognized three employees for their dedication and commitment to the organization. Earle W. Kennett, John G. Lloyd and Judy Marks received promotions to new positions within the Institute.
Formerly a Vice President, Earle W. Kennett will now hold the title of Senior Vice President – Chief Operating Officer. Kennett has directed hundreds of Institute projects relating to architecture, engineering research and science for federal agencies. He currently manages contracts for the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs, Air Force, General Services Administration, NASA, and Naval Facilities Engineering Command. In his new position, Kennett will oversee all technical programs for the Institute and serve as the organization's second in command.
John G. Lloyd will now hold the position of Vice President – Chief Financial Officer. The former Vice President of Finance and Administration, Lloyd is responsible for managing all financial and administrative affairs for the organization, including budgeting, financial analysis, audits, contract and procurement oversight, information technology systems and personnel. He oversees the Institute's general business administration, from insurance and banking to membership and human resources.
Formerly the Associate Director, Judy Marks is now the Director of the Institute's National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF). Previously, she directed and managed the day-to-day activities of the program. She will continue to provide content to the NCEF website and work with the media and allied organizations. Marks now has overall responsibility for NCEF project management, publications and outreach. Marks has identified and fostered new relations with the U.S. Department of Education, the program's primary client, and other related organizations.