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eLandia Appoints Angel Medina to Board of Directors
Proven Financial Executive and Leader to Head up Board's Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
"We are delighted to welcome Angel to the eLandia Board of Directors," said Pete Pizarro, chairman and chief executive officer of eLandia. "Last year we successfully realigned our business to achieve efficiencies and economies, and as we move forward with our new structure to optimize financial and operational performance, Angel's experience and leadership will prove invaluable to eLandia's Board."
Mr. Medina most recently served as Area President for Regions Bank in South Florida, with responsibility for all lines of business. Regions Bank in South Florida oversees $12 billion in business, with 120 offices and an International Private Banking practice. Mr. Medina led the bank's South Florida operations through two mergers that resulted in the bank's current size and scope and became known for his ability to embrace organizational change, assess needs, and lead teams through transitions. He has built a reputation for honesty and integrity in business and through leadership roles in the community. Mr. Medina has served as chair, cochair, president, and other leadership positions for the 2007 NFL Super Bowl Committee, Jackson Memorial Hospital's Public Health Trust, the Latin Builders Association, National Conference for Community and Justice, and United Way of Dade County, among others.
"I am honored to be chosen for this position on eLandia's Board," said Medina. "This is an exciting time for the company, and it is well positioned to address numerous market opportunities. I am gratified to be part of this strong team and look forward to working with the Board."
Mr. Medina's appointment is effective immediately.
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