Welcome Jasmine Gooden, new Electro-Mechanical Field Engineer for IMI Hydronic Engineering!
Jasmine brings significant experience to her new role from Johnson Controls plc, where she served on the actuators team after having interned at JCI in the Electro-Mechanical Device Solutions testing HVAC actuators. As part of that team, Jasmine gained a deep understanding of the mechanical aspects of actuators and insight into the electrical principles on the inner workings of actuators, along with different ways to use actuators in real-life HVAC applications.
Excited to bring this depth of experience to IMI Hydronic, Jasmine also looks forward to expanding her knowledge in flow design. “I’ve had an amazing time so far learning about what makes up flow design, as well as understanding why a correctly balanced flow system is so critical to system performance,” she noted.
Born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, Jasmine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, one of the top-10 engineering colleges in the Midwest. She is also a certified green belt in Six Sigma, with credited courses in Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Welcome, Hogan Cuny, IMI Hydronic Engineering’s new Regional Sales Manager for the Northeast!
Hogan joins the sales team bringing experience in production, lean processes, innovative research and development and technical sales gained at HVAC Manufacturing in Athens, Texas. And he’s looking forward to putting that experience to work at IMI. “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time here so far with my helpful and welcoming coworkers,” he said. “IMI’s detailed and broad training program is setting me up for success representing IMI Flow Design and IMI TA products.
Born into a passionate golfing family in Pittsburgh, Hogan and his brothers were named after golf greats Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Arnold Palmer and raised playing golf. His zeal for the sport originally brought him and his brothers to the University of Texas at Tyler to pursue their dreams as members of a college golf team.
After mathematics and physics course work at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY, Hogan graduated with a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Texas at Tyler.
Welcome Alexaundria Engleby, new Regional Sales Manager for IMI Hydronic Engineering! Alex joins us from IMI Precision Engineering, where she held a series of sales positions with increasing responsibility, including her most recent as Product Sales Engineer: Valves.
A seasoned sales engineer with 5+ years in the mechanical and industrial engineering fields, Alex is excited about her new role. “I’m looking forward to working with the amazing team at IMI Hydronic and the adventure of learning a new industry,” she says. And she’s well-prepared for both. “I enjoy working with people, listening actively, asking questions and giving feedback as the situation warrants.”
Alex is a Colorado native and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. She will be based out of the Denver area.
When not at work, Alex enjoys snowboarding, hiking and reading a good book.
We’re excited to launch IMI Flow Design’s new Rep Spotlight Showcase, an initiative featuring our sales rep firms across the country. For more information about the Showcase, reach out to Jenna.Bauer@imi-hydronic.com.
Welcome Chad Wren, the new Quality, Lean and HSE Manager for IMI Hydronic Engineering.
Based at IMI Hydronic’s North American headquarters in Dallas, Chad will take on responsibility for the RMA resolutions, lean assessments, and safety improvements. He brings extensive experience in quality and lean roles from the aerospace, heavy industrial turbines, and customer hydraulic machinery industries.
And Chad’s excited about his new role. “Quality, Lean Enterprise, Health and Safety are all passions of mine,” he says, “and I am very fortunate to be a part of this IMI team.”
Chad has a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. Outside of work, Chad enjoys raising his three teenaged children.
With our ICSS Automatic Balancing Valves and UA Zero Manual Balancing Valves, you can count on the optimal hydronic balancing solution for all your potable water applications. Both Lead-Free Balancing Valves meet or exceed standards established by the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act (RLDWA) of 2014, and the ICSS is NSF/ANSI 61-G Certified and approved directly by NSF for commercial hot water contact applications.
Check out our newest product brochure on IMI Flow Design’s Lead-Free Balancing Valves Here
With social distancing keeping us apart, we challenged the IMI Hydronic team to connect with customers through video that shares their favorite activities and IMI products.
The series continues with Zach Sifuentes, Mechanical Engineer and IMI Flow Design’s IT Support and JDE Data Manager, who enjoys staying active outdoors with his family, including their newest addition.
Just as Dallas’s parks optimize opportunities for family fun, Zach appreciates the capabilities of the Harmony pressure independent balancing and control valve to optimize HVAC system performance. With full stroke and no lift limitation for perfect EOM characteristic, direct flow setting and readout, breakaway isolation valve and digitally configurable actuator saving up to 50% in commissioning time, Harmony is the precise PIBCV for modulating control.
To learn more about IMI Flow Design’s Harmony valves, click here