Rubbermaids Bill Slezak Appointed to ASHES Board of Directors


CHICAGO -- Following the annual ASHES conference and exposition, Bill Slezak, healthcare industry manager at Rubbermaid Commercial Products, was appointed to a three year term on the American Society for Healthcare Environmental Services (ASHES) board of directors. Slezaks expertise and stature in the industry positions him to make a meaningful contribution to the associations work on behalf of environmental services professionals.

Slezak brings more than 20 years of healthcare, business and IT experience, including his current responsibilities with Rubbermaid Commercial Products, located in Winchester, Va.  Slezak will contribute the perspective of the supplier and manufacturing community and their constituents to ASHES strategic, procedural and policy-making decisions.   

Larry McIsaac, president of Rubbermaid Commercial Products, stated that Bill Slezaks appointment to the ASHES Board is a great liaison between industry and healthcare environmental services.  It is gratifying to see that the leaders in this industry recognize Bill to be a talented, dedicated, top-notch professional.

Brett Higgins, ASHES society president, said, ASHES is delighted to have Bill Slezak on board not only because of what he brings to the table but because of who he is as a person as well. Bill was the logical choice to compliment the talent on the ASHES board for a number of reasons. He is a true innovator and leader and he quickly recognizes opportunities for advancement and improvement for ASHES, for its members and for the entire team. His multi-dimensional strategic thinking is an invaluable resource during organizational growth. Bill has also been an extraordinary supporter of ASHES for a number of years; introducing the board to mutually beneficial potential business relationships and opportunities. Were looking forward to serving and working with Bill!

Slezak commented that being appointed to the ASHES board of directors is an unparalleled honor and brings with it a focus on environmental service professionals and their challenges as they search for best practices in disaster preparedness and infection control as well as day-to-day operations.  RCP is continually striving to bring to market industry leading solutions.   

Source:  Rubbermaid Commercial Products




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