In-House Promotion for Aircuity Expert

As chief innovation officer for Aircuity, JoAnn Garbin will be in charge of overseeing the product and services team, at the same time managing the development of upcoming enhanced solutions.
JoAnn Garbin, CIO, Aircuity

JoAnn Garbin, CIO, Aircuity

Newton, Mass.—Airside efficiency company Aircuity recently announced the promotion of JoAnn Garbin as chief innovation officer. In her new position, she will be in charge of overseeing the product and services team, at the same time managing the development of enhanced solutions which are slated to launch in 2017. Prior to her promotion, she served Aircuity as vice president of product management.

Garbin boasts a track record spanning over 15 years of product management and industry expertise, having been an advisor to large global corporations. Recently, she has served on the Board of Directors of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia and as director of advisory services for the Americas with Johnson Controls. Garbin holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University.

“Since starting at Aircuity over a year ago JoAnn has been a driving force of innovation within the company. Her experience, vision and leadership will continue to be critical as the company engineers and launches the next generation of our solutions,” said Dan Diehl, CEO of Aircuity, in a prepared statement.

Massachusetts-headquartered airside efficiency company Aircuity provides building owners with energy saving solutions by bench-marking, addressing deficiencies in building ventilation systems. The company serves a wide range of commercial, institutional and lab buildings without impacting safety, productivity, or comfort. Founded in 2000, Aircuity’s client portfolio includes the University of Pennsylvania, Masdar City, the Bank of America Tower, and the University of California at Irvine.

Image via LinkedIn