Houston, TX – On February 4, 2021, Employee Owned Holdings, Inc. (EOHI) announced the advancement of Jennifer Werth Munro, as its Vice-President of Marketing and Talent Development. Jennifer will continue to oversee the marketing department companywide, to enhance relationships with the customers and manufacturers of EOHI’s subsidiaries: Hydraquip, Inc., Supreme Integrated Technology, Inc., Elite Controls, Inc. and GCC, while securing further responsibilities in directing the company’s recruiting, training, and other specific HR efforts.
Jennifer joined EOHI in 2013 and served as its Director of Marketing until January 2017 when she took a year off to be closer to her family in Alaska, working and living in Seattle, Washington. She returned to EOHI in 2018 having gained further development and marketing expertise from the experience. Jennifer transitioned from only marketing to also addressing HR responsibilities for the company in June 2019 with advancement to be the company’s Senior Director of Marketing and Talent Development. Her new position will require her to provide further oversight over many aspects of company personnel management including company culture, talent acquisition, training programs and other employee development as she works closely with the company’s CFO, Matt Weisser, and the HR team, Patrick Strimple, Rosa Moya and Jessica Reyna.
“Jen is a perfect fit and represents our company with diligence and professionalism,” says Richard Neels, President and CEO of EOHI. “There is no doubt that she will further advance our business through her innovative ideas, industry expertise and can-do attitude.”
Jennifer adds, “I love the employee-ownership culture, and interacting with the very talented teams across all the companies. I look forward to analyzing and developing new and better ways to enhance our performance through our most important asset – our people.”
EOHI is a 100% employee owned company based in Houston, Texas and serves as the parent of Hydraquip, Inc., Supreme Integrated Technology, Inc., GCC and Elite Controls, Inc., companies specializing in the fluid power equipment industry.