Identity Clark County is a 29-year-old nonprofit business advocacy organization of about 100 influential business leaders
The business leaders group Identity Clark County has appointed Camden Spiller to its Board of Directors.
Spiller is the CEO of Maddox Industrial Transformer, a company he formed in 2015 that has become the foremost supplier of electrical transformers in the United States. With headquarters in Battle Ground, and operations in four other states, Maddox has been recognized each of the past four years as one of America’s fastest growing privately owned companies by Inc. Magazine. Spiller serves on the Battle Ground Planning Commission and is active in business and church organizations. He attended Missouri State University in Springfield and completed a management program at Harvard Business School.
The group reappointed Casey Moltrum to its board of directors. Moltrum recently became Senior Vice President and Commercial Team leader for Heritage Bank. He brings 25 years of banking experience including acquisition, development and construction, and directed operations for a beverage recycling cooperative. Mr. Moltrum has a degree in finance from Western Washington University.
Identity Clark County is a 29-year-old nonprofit business advocacy organization comprised of about 100 influential business leaders who together strive to build a better community. The privately funded organization maintains an office in Vancouver and a lobbying presence in Olympia. More information is at www.iccbusiness.org.
Information provided by Identity Clark County.
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