Leviton Announces Vice President Appointments

September 1, 2022

Leviton Canada has recently announced the promotion to Vice President roles of the following key members of the Leviton Canada Executive Team.

Stephanie Santini’s role has been elevated to Vice President Marketing Canada. She has been with Leviton since 2019 and has made a significant impact to the marketing initiatives, namely digital marketing, marketing strategy and increasing brand presence in Canada. Stephanie is also Vice-Chair of EFC’s Marketing Network, a member of the Quebec Golf Committee, as well as member of the EFC’s YPN and Women’s Networks.

Jean-Claude Lesperance has been with Leviton since 2020 and has been promoted to Vice President Sales ED, Eastern Canada. With Jean-Claude’s industry knowledge, he has developed sales strategies and managed sales across Eastern Canada, while contributing to the achievement of Leviton Canada’s objectives. In addition, Jean-Claude is a board member of IESNA, Montreal section as well as of EFC’s National Advisory Council (NAC).

Bishop Smith has been promoted to Vice President Sales ED, Western Canada. Bishop joined Leviton in 2005 and throughout the years he has held several key positions. Bishop’s extensive product and market knowledge as well as his relationships with distributors and end users will continue to be instrumental in Leviton Canada’s growth.

Martin Lalumière will continue to oversee the overall operations in Canada and his role has been elevated to Vice President, Operations Canada. Martin has been with Leviton since early 2022 and he has already proven to be a key player within our organization.

These individuals have demonstrated great leadership and support to the daily operations of Leviton Canada. Stephanie, Jean-Claude, Bishop and Martin are part of the Executive Team within Leviton Canada and are all fully integrated into other committees in the USA.

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