William H. Daughtrey has been appointed as interim executive director for the Dominion Resources GreenTech Incubator (DRGI) in Ashland. Current director David Lohr steps down from the job on Thursday to become president and executive director of the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Prince George County.
“Dave has done a marvelous job of successfully launching the GreenTech Incubator and building it into the successful incubator it has become in just 15 months,” Robert T. Skunda, the incubator’s chairman said in a statement. “We are delighted to have Bill joining our team and believe the GreenTech Incubator is well positioned to continue to grow domestic and foreign entrepreneurs in the clean,green, and alternative energy related technologies and services.”
Daughtrey has more than 30 years of experience in business and financial consulting to a variety of companies across the U S.
Started in 2009, the incubator (DRGI) serves both domestic and foreign entrepreneurs starting early stage businesses focused on green, alternative energy related technologies and services.
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