Moen appoints new VP and GM for commercial business unit

Moen Incorporated promoted Kevin Campbell to VP and GM of its commercial business unit. In his new role, Campbell will be responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction for Moen’s commercial faucet business.

Campbell replaces Tim Baker, who previously held the dual position of Moen’s VP-information technology and VP/GM of the commercial business unit. Baker will now devote his time fully to Moen’s IT needs as VP - information technology.

Campbell started his career with Moen more than 15 years ago, and has a track record of increased responsibility and success. For the past two years, he led Moen’s wholesale marketing team as senior director of wholesale marketing. Prior to this, Campbell spent four years as Moen’s director of retail marketing, leading all elements of Moen’s retail marketing group. Before working in marketing leadership, Campbell led several of Moen’s product management teams in a variety of roles.

Campbell earned his Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Notre Dame and a MBA from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management.

Moen offers a selection of kitchen and bath faucets, showerheads, accessories, bath safety products and kitchen sinks for residential applications. The company has been recognized with the 2011 EPA WaterSense Excellence Award, as well as the 2010 EPA WaterSense Manufacturer Partner of the Year Award, for its work to protect the future of the nation’s water supply through the introduction and ongoing support of water-efficient products, programs and practices. Moen is part of Fortune Brands Home & Security.

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