ETC Announces the Expansion of its Board of Directors: Roger Colley Appointed as a Member
SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., August 15, 2011— Southampton, PA, August 15, 2011. Environmental Tectonics Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: (ETCC:PK) (“ETC”) today announced the appointment of Roger Colley to its Board of Directors. Mr. Colley brings the total of ETC Board members to seven.
Mr. Colley is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the former president of two public environmental companies, both regarded as technical leaders in their respective fields. He also served for fifteen years as a trustee of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
William F. Mitchell, ETC’s Chairman and President, stated, “I am very pleased that Roger has agreed to join our Board of Directors. With his experience as an entrepreneur and his management and financial background, Roger will be invaluable in helping ETC promote and grow our tactical flight simulation and Advanced Disaster Management Simulator businesses.”
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