Kevin Poyck has been Group President for Hubbell Lighting, Inc. since June 1, 2015. Kevin has multi-functional industry experience in product development, engineering, operations and general management with organizations that include Maytag and Cooper Industries. He joined Hubbell Lighting in 2005 as Vice President of Engineering, and established the Engineering Shared Services organization and served as its Vice President of Commercial and Industrial Lighting. He is a member of IEEE, the Upstate Lean Alliance, and serves on the NEMA Lighting Systems Division Executive Board of Directors and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and has been awarded four US patents related to automated system design. Kevin earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Clemson University, and he is a Clemson Tiger through and through. Kevin and his wife Stefanie, also a Clemson graduate in electrical engineering, reside in Thornblade in Greer, SC with their 15-year old daughter Lauren. They also have a 20-year old son, Griffin, who is studying computer engineering at Clemson University.
Kevin has been involved with the American Cancer Society for several years. He was a part of their Real Men Wear Pink Campaign in 2016. The Real Men Wear Pink campaign was created to give men a greater presence in the fight against breast cancer. During this campaign Kevin raised over 12,000 dollars with help from Hubbell, who is a national partner with the American Cancer Society. This year, Kevin and his wife, Stefanie will be sitting as the Chair and Co-Chair on the Board of Ambassadors for the 16th Annual Gala.
American Cancer Society's mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Our mission is to help them with that fight! The list of accomplishments for ACS is vast, but the bottom line is that 11 million cancer survivors – more than 400 people a day in the US are celebrating birthdays this year who would have otherwise been lost to the disease, and countless Americans who have avoided cancer – are celebrating birthdays because of the progress they've made and the services offered. We hope to see you there!
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