NEBB appoints new executive vice president
The board of directors of the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) has appointed Tiffany J. Suite as executive vice president for the organization.
Suite has worked for NEBB for the last two years, most recently in the capacity of director of operations. She brings nine years of experience in certification management. Prior to joining NEBB she served as the chapter coordinator for Capital MarVa International NEBB, the largest NEBB chapter covering the Washington metropolitan area and international region.
Suite spent the first half of her life living overseas and attending various schools until settling down in the United States to attend college in Virginia. She became the chapter coordinator for Capital-MarVa NEBB in 2009, and since joining Capital-MarVa International NEBB eight years ago, she has served on the NEBB Mentoring Committee, the NEBB Chapter Affairs Committee, and was chair of the Chapter Coordinators Committee for two years. Suite was appointed director of operations for the NEBB international team in 2014, and for the past two years also served as the NEBB secretariat, helping oversee the creation of NEBB standards.
“We have come to know and respect Tiffany during her time with NEBB as director of operations,” said NEBB President Jim Kelleher. “Her work ethic, commitment, and dedication to NEBB are exactly what the board has been looking for in this important leadership position.”
Regarding her appointment, Suite said “I am truly honored the board of directors has appointed me as NEBB’s executive vice president. I am excited for the new challenges this position will bring. I am grateful for the opportunity to help grow NEBB’s presence in our industry and I look forward to using my background and experience to help strengthen the value of our certification programs.”