STI's Diana Bradford Selected for LHMC Management Academy

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Diana Bradford, vice president of operations/training resources at STI Electronics Inc., has been selected for the Leadership Huntsville/Madison County (LHMC) Management Academy.

The LHMC mission is to serve as a catalyst in identifying, educating, inspiring and connecting leaders to better serve the community. LHMC identifies proven and emerging leaders across all sectors of the community who have an interest in becoming more engaged. The academy provides in-depth education about issues in major sectors of the community and how they can impact progress. In 1987, the Chamber of Commerce Foundation of Huntsville/Madison County created Leadership 2000, chaired by The Huntsville Times publisher, William Cooper Green. Leadership 2000's purpose was to develop current and future leaders for the community, and its slogan was "The future belongs to those who shape it."

In 2011, Leadership added the Management Academy for affordable, local training of the community's business leaders, and Masters to help seasoned talent develop an active, meaningful retirement. Bradford was selected from a pool of candidates to be admitted to the Management Academy class that begins in August.

"Having Diana selected to participate in the Management Academy provides external confirmation of what I already knew, that it’s easy to see the drive and intelligence that Diana displays and utilizes every day during our company operations," said David Raby, STI President/CEO. "Her current skills and knowledge coupled with her potential for even greater growth and learning make her a perfect choice for this program."

About STI Electronics Inc.

Since 1982, STI Electronics Inc. (STI) has been the premier full service organization for training, consulting, laboratory analysis, prototyping, and small-to-medium volume contract PCB assembly in the electronics industry. STI also produces a complete line of solder training kits and training support products. For more information, click here.


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