ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N.Y. — April 27, 2021 — Carnegie Fabrics today announced that its board of directors has appointed Gordon Boggis as CEO of Carnegie Fabrics effectively immediately. Boggis is an experienced executive with a consistent track record of delivering transformational change through a clear and strategic vision for growth. Skilled at improving key processes that help companies reach their full potential, Boggis will lead Carnegie into an exciting new chapter that will capitalize on the company’s existing strengths.
“We are excited to welcome Gordon to Carnegie as CEO,” said Ethan Thurow, director of Carnegie Fabrics. “He brings terrific leadership and remarkable ability to focus and galvanize an organization in pursuit of long-term strategic objectives. Gordon knows the key to Carnegie’s continued success is leveraging the best of what makes the company unique, while driving the business to new heights.
Previously, Gordon served as the CEO of Mission, an innovative textile company that produced personal cooling gear. Over the past 17 years, he has led several highly successful brand-centric companies as CEO — including Redco Foods and Unreal Candy — through effective strategy development and execution. Gordon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Loughborough University in England.
I am thrilled to join Carnegie as CEO,” Boggis said. “A true leader within the industry, Carnegie has proved time and time again that real innovation and change can be accomplished through lasting dedication to people and the environment. I’m eager to build upon the company’s impressive track record to promote further growth and look forward to workign with an extremely talented team.”
This transition marks the beginning of an exciting new phase in the evolution of Carnegie, which has seen steady growth in recent years and continues to further solidify itself as a leader of innovation within the building and design industry. The company continues to launch ground-breaking products throughout the year, providing architects and designers with the materials and tools they need to achieve more sustainable, functional and beautiful projects.
Posted April 27, 2021