Vision Hydrogen appoints two directors


Michael A. Doyle and Charles F. Benton have been named to the board of directors of Vision Hydrogen Corporation.

Mr. Doyle worked for Comcast Corporation for over 25 years, most recently as President of the largest division of the multibillion-dollar Comcast Cable group, which employs over 18,000 people. Mr. Doyle has been inducted into the prestigious Cable Pioneers society by the National Cable Television Association. He’s also the chairman of the New England Cable News advisory board. Mr. Doyle was honored by the International Association of Business Communicators with the Distinguished Communications Award for Excellence in Journalism. Mr. Doyle graduated from Drew University with a B.A. and is a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Mr. Benton previously oversaw the logistics management and supply chain for Ascena Retail Group, Inc., a leading national specialty retailer of women’s apparel with over 1,800 retail stores throughout the United States, and has over 30 years of experience in financing, sales, and market growth with major companies. Mr. Benton worked for Consolidated Rail Corporation (CONRAIL) for 20 years, where he was in charge of finance and operations. Mr. Benton earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. Joseph’s University.

Andrew Hidalgo, CEO of Vision Hydrogen Corporation, commented, “We are very pleased to add both Mike Doyle and Charlie Benton to our board of directors. They are seasoned professionals with many years of experience in public company directorships. Their understanding of corporate governance will help guide the company as we look to expand through internal growth and acquisitions while planning for an up listing to the NASDAQ Capital Market in the future once we meet the qualifications.”

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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