FuelCell Energy promotes two executives
Jennifer Arasimowicz was promoted to the newly created officer position of Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
Ms. Arasimowicz, a licensed attorney in Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts, has responsibility for legal and government affairs.
She joined FuelCell Energy in 2012 as Associate Counsel and was promoted to Vice President in 2014.
Prior to FuelCell Energy, Ms. Arasimowicz served as General Counsel of Total Energy Corporation, a New York based diversified energy products and service company providing a broad range of specialized services to utilities and industrial companies.
Previously, Ms. Arasimowicz was a partner at Shipman & Goodwin in Hartford, Connecticut chairing the Utility Law Practice Group and began her legal career as an associate at Murtha Cullina.
She earned her Juris Doctor at Boston University School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Boston University.
Frank Wolak was promoted to the newly created position of Vice President, Sales-Americas.
Previously, Mr. Wolak managed government affairs and business development with utilities in the United States.
Prior to joining FuelCell Energy, Mr. Wolak held executive positions with Noresco where he directed the company’s Energy Infrastructure business, and Independent Energy Corporation, a private power development company.
Mr. Wolak's corporate career in the energy industry began with Tenneco, Inc.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Western New England University and a Masters Business Administration in Finance from the University of Hartford. ■
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