Annette Clayton serves as the Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain, and President & CEO of North America Operations. Before joining Schneider Electric in 2011, Ms. Clayton served as the Vice President, Global Operations, Dell, and led the transformation of its global supply chain and fulfillment model aimed at providing the lowest cost and best value of products for the company’s wide array of customers. She previously served as the Vice President, Dell Americas Operations, and oversaw the manufacturing and fulfillment operations in the Americas region. Ms. Clayton was also responsible for the commercial order management and customer care operations for the region’s 20 sites in 16 countries. From 1983 to 2006 Ms. Clayton worked at General Motors Corporation in senior management roles, including the President of Saturn Corporation. In this capacity she oversaw its strategic direction, financial accountability, and profit and loss responsibility. She was also a member of the company’s North American Strategy Board and served as the Vice President of Quality, among other production, engineering and management positions. Ms. Clayton serves on the Board of Directors for Polaris Industries and is the Chair of the Technology committee and a member of the Compensation committee. She is also on the Executive Advisory Board for SCM World, the supply chain talent development partner for the world’s leading companies. Ms. Clayton graduated from Wright State University with a bachelor’s degree in general engineering and also obtained a master’s degree in engineering management from the University of Dayton. She has also completed the London Business School executive development program. Ms. Clayton brings to Schneider Electric years of experience in manufacturing, engineering operations, quality and productivity improvements, business process and strategic development, operational planning, budgeting and cost controls, labor relations and strategic partnerships.
Aamir Paul is the US Country President for Schneider Electric. In this role he leads the commercial teams in the country. Aamir and his leadership team work to deliver best in class solutions for our partners and customers across our Energy Management and Industrial Automation portfolio. He is a member of the North American Executive leadership team. Prior to his Country President appointment, Aamir led business operations in the US. He joined the company in 2013, leading the National Sales team. Before joining Schneider Electric, Aamir worked at Dell for more than a decade, where he held several key roles of increasing responsibility in both North America and Europe. Most recently, Aamir served as Dell’s Senior Vice President of Server Solutions, leading the development and execution of the company’s go-to-market strategy for all key markets and customer segments world-wide. He also had global sales responsibility for Data Center Solutions (DCS) and High-Performance Computing (HPC), focusing on the top 100 customer relationships. Earlier in his career, Aamir worked as a Process Engineer at AlliedSignal (now a part of Honeywell). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL and has completed advanced management studies at University of Chicago Booth and INSEAD.
Jean-Pascal Tricoire joined Schneider Electric in 1986. He was appointed to the Executive Committee in charge of the International Division end of 2001, became COO late in 2003, President & Chief Executive Officer in 2006 and has finally been named Chairman & CEO in April 2013.
His career at Schneider Electric has developed largely outside France in operational functions in Italy, China, South Africa and USA.
Jean-Pascal holds a degree in Electronic Engineering and a MBA.
Moreover, Jean-Pascal has been President of the France-China Committee from 2009 to 2018.
He currently sits on the Global CEO Council of China’s President Xi Jinping since 2014, as well as on the Advisory Board of the Mayors of Beijing since 2016 and Shanghai since 2011.
He is President of the Global Compact France since 2014 and holds a seat on the worldwide board of the UN Global Compact. He was one of the Glassdoor’s Top CEOs, U.S. Large Companies in 2019.
Jean-Pascal also represents Schneider as a UN HeForShe Corporate IMPACT champion working with other heads of state, universities and companies to advance gender equality.
Andre Babineau is Marketing Director for the Next-Generation Industry Automaton Incubator at Schneider Electric. Andre is based in Montreal, Canada and brings over 20 years of global experience in sales, marketing, business process analysis and design, change management, and leadership in industrial automation. At Schneider Electric, Industrial Automation, Andre is responsible for the global strategy and overall requirements for current and next generation industrial automation solutions.
Prior to joining Schneider Electric, Andre directed several large technical, sales, and pre-sales teams across multiple industries. Andre has a BSC in Electrical Engineering from Université Laval.
SVP, EcoStruxure Solutions and Chief Marketing Officer, Secure Power Division
Kevin Brown is the Senior Vice President, EcoStruxure Solutions and Chief Marketing Officer of Secure Power Division at Schneider Electric. Kevin is responsible for articulating the EcoStruxure vision and architecture for end market applications including data centers, buildings, and residential. In this role, he works to ensure the company’s innovations meet the trends in these markets. Additionally, he is Chief Marketing Officer for the Secure Power Division. Data Economy named Kevin to its list of the World's 50 Most Influential Marketers, CMO 50, in 2020. IoT World named Kevin its inaugural CxO of the Year in 2019 in recognition of outstanding leadership in IoT success. Data Economy selected him as one of the World’s Top 50 Edge Computing Influencers in 2018. Formerly CTO of Secure Power, he has held many senior management roles in product development, engineering, and software development in the power electronics and HVAC industries. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University.
Steven Carlini is the Vice President of Innovation and Data Center for Schneider Electric. Steven is responsible developing integrated solutions and communicating the value proposition for Schneider Electric’s data center segment including enterprise and cloud data centers. A frequent speaker at industry conferences and forums, Steven is an expert on the foundation layer of data centers which include Power & Power Distribution, Cooling & Technical Cooling, Rack systems, Physical Security, DCIM Management solutions that improve availability and maximize performance. Steven has been responsible for guiding the direction of many industry changing products and solutions that solve real customer problems or give businesses competitive advantages. Steven holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma, and an MBA in International Business from the CT Bauer School at the University of Houston.
Monique Elliott is SVP of Global Marketing at Schneider Electric, Industrial Automation, based in Boston, Massachusetts. Monique brings over 20 years of global experience in marketing, sales, commercial operations, ecommerce, and digital transformation across several industries. At Schneider Electric, Industrial Automation, Monique is responsible for all areas of marketing including demand generation, value proposition development, segment marketing, digital customer experience, and communications.
Prior to joining Schneider Electric, Monique was Global Head of Customer Experience Marketing at ABB Electrification Products in Zurich, Switzerland. Monique joined ABB through the acquisition of GE Industrial Solutions where she was Chief Marketing Officer for the division. Monique spent 15 years with GE holding various commercial roles including the Global Head of Digital Commerce at GE Power, Chief Marketing Officer for GE Vendor Finance, VP of Strategic Marketing at GE Capital Americas, and Managing Director for the GE Commercial Finance Inside Sales Center. Before GE, Monique led sales operations for a California bay area software company.
Monique has an M.B.A. in Marketing from Northeastern University and a B.A. from California State University.
Mark Feasel is responsible for the Electric Utility segment, Smart Grid, and Microgrid for Schneider Electric in North America
Throughout his career at Schneider Electric he has held leadership roles in Energy Management, Power Quality, Utility Solutions, Oil & Gas Solutions, Electrical Distribution Protection and Automation, and Microgrids.
Mark joined Schneider Electric in 2005 through the company’s acquisition of Power Measurement, Inc., and began his career with the United States Navy serving in the Electrical Division of ballistic missile nuclear submarine
Mark is a graduate of the University of Toledo.
Enrique joined Schneider Electric Mexico in 1979; he was appointed Country President in March 2009 to be responsible for Schneider Electric’s operation in Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
Enrique has made valuable contributions in the leadership roles he has occupied during the more than 40 years of this collaboration with Schneider Electric. He has held various strategic positions in the organization, the most recent being the Vice Presidency of Sales and Services, the Vice Presidency of Marketing and Strategic Development, and the Vice Presidency of Operations for Mexico.
Under his leadership, the company has shown constant and sustainable growth in Mexico and Central America, serving more than 50 thousand clients.
He is a faithful practitioner and believer of the culture of customer centricity and business practices focused on directing the operations towards the satisfaction of consumers, users, partners and employees, in addition to strength relations with industry chambers and associations.
Enrique holds a mechanical electrical engineering degree by UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) in Mexico.
He also has different postgraduate national and international degrees such as: International Management Program (IMP) by the Ivey University in Canada; Professional Management level 2 (PM2) in Moscow (Russia) and Paris (France); and Global Leadership Program level 4 in Paris (France), Los Angeles (USA) and Delhi (India).