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NIMS Appoints Four New Board Members

The National Institute for Metalworking Skills appointed four new people to its board of directors: Annika Langéen, Allen Reid, Paul Myles and Sara Lozano.
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The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) appointed four new industry leaders to the NIMS Board of Directors at its last meeting of 2020.

A photo of Annika Langéen, board member of NIMS

Annika Langéen is the VP of marketing for Sales Area Americas at Sandvik Coromant, responsible for the company’s marketing, communication and brand positioning in the region — including the utilization, development and performance of Sandvik Coromant centers in the American markets. Langéen will contribute a strong business acumen; familiarity with the metal cutting industry; and solid understanding of sales, marketing and workforce development. 

A photo of Allen Reid, board member of NIMS

Allen Reid is Materion Corporation’s chief human resources officer. NIMS says Reid’s work at this multinational company drives its human capital strategy to ensure the company has the talent and organizational capability to achieve its global growth goals.

A photo of Paul Myles, board member of NIMS

Paul Myles is an auto industry veteran with more than 40 years’ experience. In his current role at Magna, where he has worked since 1998, Myles manages workforce development activities for the company across the United States. In 2003, Myles developed Magna’s Baltimore, Maryland technical training center, the company’s first in the U.S. He holds a Journeymen Toolmaker and Diemaker certificate and an Airframe and Powerplant certificate for aircraft repair.

A photo of Sara Lozano, board member of NIMS

Sara Lozano is the dean of the Division of Business, Public Safety, and Technology at South Texas College in McAllen, Texas. She facilitates the day-to-day operations of the Division and the Technology Campus. Lozano also represents the Division at college-wide meetings and activities, serves as the financial manager for the Dean’s Office accounts and acts as the supervisor for the Division's Timeclock and PDR processes.