William Troy was recently
appointed by ASQ's board of directors as the society's next
ASQ, a Milwaukee-based association focused on bringing together
a diverse group of people to meet tomorrow’s challenges, has
named William Troy as chief executive officer.
Troy will take over as CEO on April 21, according to an ASQ
statement. He succeeds Paul Borawski, who is retiring after 27
years at the organization.
“After a complete and exhaustive search, ASQ is indeed fortunate
to have Bill join us on our global mission,” said Stephen
Hacker, the chairman of ASQ. “As an accomplished leader, Bill
brings the skills and practical knowledge we need at this time
in our journey.”
Troy is recently retired from the Army, where at the Pentagon he
oversaw 20,000 military personnel and civilians, as well as the
Army’s Test and Evaluation Command, the statement said.
In 2001, he was a senior fellow at Harvard University's
Weatherland Center for International Affairs, the statement said
ASQ has members in 150 countries and operates centers in Mexico,
India and China. The organization also has a regional service
center for the Middle East and North Africa.