RICHMOND, Ky. — The Association for Linen Management (ALM) reports that Chip Malboeuf joined its Board of Directors at the end of June as president-elect.
The longtime ALM member succeeds Jim Mangini, RLLD, Maine Medical Center Linen Services, as Mangini moves into the role of president.
Malboeuf has more than 28 years of experience in the industry and serves as vice president of engineering for ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists.
“I am honored and humbled at being selected for this position,” Malboeuf says. “I look forward to working with the ALM leadership and members and am excited for the opportunity to share my knowledge of the industry and to give back to ALM members.”
Malboeuf has taught myriad ALM educational programs throughout the years, and his history with ALM has built a foundation for collaboration with both the incoming and outgoing Board presidents, according to the association.
“I am excited that Chip Malboeuf has been chosen by our membership to serve as the president-elect of ALM,” says Mangini. “Chip’s extensive background within our industry is an asset to not only our membership but also our Board.
“I welcome the opportunity to work side-by-side with him over the next few years.”
“I am thrilled to have Chip join the ALM Board as president-elect,” says Rich Bott, RLLD, CLLM, who is shifting into the role of immediate past president. “I have known Chip for several years and his reputation, integrity and industry knowledge are exceptional.
“Chip will add tremendous insight and leadership to ALM as we look to the future to provide excellence in both education and support to our industry. I appreciate Chip’s willingness to serve and look forward to working with him.”
ALM Executive Director Linda Fairbanks is pleased with the members’ decision for ALM leadership.
“I am so proud of how many wonderful individuals we have throughout our membership,” she says. “So many step up to help others learn from their expertise, and Chip is the quintessential example of working together to make things better for everyone.
“I’m confident that with his leadership, ALM and its members will continue to grow and thrive.”
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