ASIC appoints new executive director

The American Society of Irrigation Consultants promoted Carly Kardon. She will serve as the association's executive director.
Carly Kardon was promoted and will assume the role of executive director at the American Society of Irrigation Consultants.
A headshot of Carly Kardon.

The American Society of Irrigation Consultants, Huntington Woods, Michigan, promoted Carly Kardon to the association’s executive director.

Kardon previously held the title of operations and member services manager and has been with ASIC since 2015.

“After 11 very satisfying years at the helm of ASIC, it was time to step back,” says former ASIC Executive Director Carol Colein.

“One of my goals has been to have the organization in a place where there could be a seamless transition to new and fresh leadership. Promoting Carly to executive director is a natural progression and will more than fulfill that goal. Carly has worked alongside me in every capacity, and I look forward to working together in our new roles. I am very happy for both Carly and for ASIC as I know she will do an outstanding job for the organization.”

Colein will remain at the association, continuing to work with ASIC Executive Director Kardon in a secondary role.

ASIC is a “society of professional irrigation consultants dedicated to representing the best interest of the client while advocating the responsible use and preservation of water resources.”

Its membership is made up of irrigation professionals and green industry representatives.

Read more about ASIC.

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