Infinite Electronics Adds New Chief Operating Officer and Chief Human Resource Officer


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Infinite Electronics, a leading global supplier of electronic components serving the urgent needs of engineers through a family of highly recognized brands, announced it has expanded its leadership team, adding David Collier as chief operating officer and Alexander Arrieta as chief human resource officer.


“I’m thrilled to welcome Dave and Alex to Infinite’s executive team at such a busy and exciting time for our company,” said Penny Cotner, Infinite Electronics president and CEO. “They each have an impressive background in their respective fields that positions them well to help lead our company toward the exponential growth we anticipate over the next several years.”

Collier has more than 20 years of global operations experience, including global supply chain management, supply integration, demand planning, procurement and inventory management at multi-billion-dollar companies such as POOLCORP, Arrow Electronics, MSC Industrial Supply, Advance Auto Parts, Capgemini, ScottMadden and McMaster-Carr Supply Company. Collier has been a guest lecturer in graduate-level supply chain courses at Denver University’s Daniels College of Business and is a member of Colorado State University’s Supply Chain Advisory Board. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and his master’s from Emory University.

Alexander_Arrieta.jpegWith more than 20 years of human resources experience, Arrieta joins Infinite Electronics from Discovery Land Company, a leading developer and operator of luxury private residential communities, clubs and resorts, where he served as chief people officer and senior vice president of people. He served as chief people officer and senior vice president of human resources at United Pacific, S&P Global and Disney Consumer Products. He earned his bachelor’s degree from California State University, Long Beach, and his juris doctor from Southwestern Law School.

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