RONKONKOMA, N.Y. — Qosina Corp. and its Qosmedix division are pleased to announce the appointment of four new board members: Pat Alesia, Robert Beckman, Ari Hoffman and Bruce Williams. The new members join the existing board of Stuart Herskovitz, Janis Herskovitz and Scott Herskovitz.
Stuart Herskovitz, Qosina’s founder and chairman of the board, said, “We are delighted to welcome these talented leaders to our board of directors. Their combined industry expertise, operational leadership and proven track record of profitability will help propel Qosina and Qosmedix into the next stage of growth.”
“We are confident Qosina and Qosmedix will benefit greatly from the guidance of the new members due to their business acumen and expertise,” said Scott Herskovitz, president and CEO of Qosina. “Their experience across global markets will undoubtedly add a valuable perspective to our board.”
Alesia is the former senior vice president, CFO and chief administrative officer of Griffon Corporation (NYSE: GFF), where he was employed for nearly 40 years. After his retirement in 2013, he commenced serving Griffon Corporation in a consulting role. In 2015, Mr. Alesia formed Alesia Consultants, lending his vast experience in finance, accounting, compliance, risk management and cyber security as a strategic consultant to other corporate clients.
Beckman has served in corporate and industry leadership for several decades and has supported the growth and development of a wide range of global healthcare companies. He formed The Channel Group, an advisory business that provides support to global healthcare companies. Beckman also was a founder of BIO and NYBIO, where he served as chairman and in board leadership positions.
Hoffman is currently the CEO of Scotch & Soda USA and has been a fashion industry executive for over 30 years, working at leading brands including Yves Saint Laurent.
Christian Lacroix, St. John, Lacoste, GANT and Benetton. He has been ranked on the fashion industry’s Power 100 list and served on the retail advisory board of NYC and Co.
Williams’ professional background crosses many end-product markets and a wide variety of product applications, the majority being with healthcare OEMs. Williams’ previous roles include engineering manager, vice president of sales and marketing, COO and CEO during his tenure with Value Plastics, Inc.