Denver — International Erosion Control Association Region One (IECA) announced Sharan Wilson as its new executive director. Wilson has more than 20 years of senior level leadership experience in the telecommunications industry, followed by nearly 10 years as an executive director in the nonprofit sector. Her undergraduate degree is in Advertising/Public Relations and her Masters’ is in Organizational Development from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
“I am honored to have been chosen as the new executive director of IECA Region One,” says Wilson. “I am coming on board at a great time and am looking forward to all the opportunities that present themselves,” she concludes.
“Wilson also has an extensive experience working with boards and in growing the membership of nonprofits,” says Brock Peters, IECA President. “She is a resultsfocused professional with an extensive experience leading highperformance teams, while effectively managing operating budgets and profits and losses,” concludes Peters.
Wilson is prepared to begin working and improving all components of the organization by communication and implementation of the newlyadopted fiveyear Strategic Plan. Her areas of focus will be education and membership. She looks forward to working with the Chapters in meeting their needs to help grow all that IECA has to offer.
Wilson will be introduced at IECA’s annual conference, Environmental Connection 2016, in San Antonio, Texas on February 1619.