NSSGA CEO & president stepping down to live with husband in England
Despite Pinniger’s departure from the association, the association will remain strong and won’t feel any negative impact. Summers says NSSGA is confident that it is “on a steady keel,” pointing out that NSSGA “has enviable operating reserves restored after the 2008 downturn. America’s economic growth is enabled when the aggregates industry is strong.”
Although a specific time frame has not been indicated, the recruiting and selection process for a new leader of NSSGA will be soon announced, according to Summers.
NSSGA also plans to have a farewell tribute to Pinniger at the association’s fall board meeting.