ADNET Technologies Names Lynette Maffei President
Rocky Hill-based it services firm ADNET Technologies has appointed Lynette Maffei as its new president.
Maffei joined the company in 2015 as controller.
For the past three years, she served on the executive leadership team as chief financial officer and vice president.
Maffei will now take on an expanded role in the company, overseeing operations and providing strategic support across the organization.
“I’m thrilled to be part of ADNET’s journey, and I look forward to continuing working alongside such a great team,” Maffei said.
“I’m excited for the next chapter and to continue supporting clients and our local business communities in this new role.”
Christopher Luise will continue to serve as ADNET CEO and provide strategic guidance and growth planning.
ADNET said it is separating the roles of president and CEO to optimize its delivery of client technology solutions and further equip the firm to quickly adapt and capitalize on emerging opportunities.
The organization said having both positions will allow it to scale in unprecedented ways.
“Lynette Maffei’s leadership has been instrumental in helping ADNET become the award-winning organization it is today,” said Luise.
“Her dedication to our culture and growth has truly transformed how we do business. I’m so proud of how she has evolved as a leader and helped us shape the future of the firm.”
Maffei previously managed the ADNET’s day-to-day finance, accounting, and purchasing functions.
As president, Maffei will partner with ADNET’s national platform, New Charter Technologies, to encourage strategic alignment and deep partnerships.
She will also work with regional leadership, including general managers in ADNET’s Rocky hill and Albany offices.
“We’ve had an unparalleled period of growth and innovation over the last few years – expanding geographically, hiring more talent, reimagining our services, and becoming part of the New Charter Technologies national platform,” she said.
“It’s always exciting to see a new leader emerge in one of our operating companies,” said New Charter Technologies CEO Mitch Morgan.
“We’re looking forward to her continued commitment to driving growth and innovation at ADNET Technologies.”
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