GeoStabilization International today announced that Elizabeth Peterson has joined its Board of Directors effective immediately.
Ms. Peterson currently serves as Vice President of North American Operations for the Eastern Region at Badger Daylighting, a leading provider of non-destructive excavating and related services in North America. In this role, she has led the expansion of a high growth value-added industrial services organization with a focus on enhancing safety, customer service, and business performance. Prior to Badger Daylighting, Ms. Peterson spent over twenty years in key commercial and operational roles at Clean Harbors, a provider of environmental, energy and industrial services, culminating with her role as SVP of the East Region where she had full business leadership over the Eastern United States region.
“We are very excited to have Liz join our Board,” said Colby Barrett, CEO of GeoStabilization International. “We are focused on deploying talent throughout the organization, including at the Board, to support our strategic goals. Liz brings decades of experience to the table, having held senior leadership positions at multiple leading services companies. Her background uniquely positions her to support GSI as we execute upon our strategy, including deploying best-in-class operating processes and driving differentiated commercial growth.”
“Liz’s impressive track record of building performance-oriented services companies in high growth environments and with a customer-centric approach will bring valuable insights to the Board,” said Pete Stavros, Head of North American Industrials and Member at KKR. “We are confident Liz will contribute to the continued success of GSI as it enters this next phase of growth, and we look forward to her joining GSI’s Board.”
Boardspan Inc. served as an advisor to GSI in this appointment.
About GeoStabilization International®
Founded in 2002, GSI is a leading provider of complex geotechnical maintenance services for critical infrastructure across the U.S. and Canada. The company develops and implements innovative solutions that protect from dangers associated with geohazards that have either caused, or have the potential to cause, catastrophic infrastructure failures and significant economic disruption. For more information, please visit www.geostabilization.com.
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