State alumnus named president/COO at Servidyne
ATLANTA — Servidyne Inc., an energy efficiency and demand response company based in Atlanta, announced that the board of directors has elected. M. Todd Jarvis as the new president and COO, in addition to his ongoing role as president and chief executive officer of the company’s Building Performance Efficiency (BPE) Segment.
Alan R. Abrams, who remains the company’s chairman and CEO, said, “As the leader of our core BPE Segment, Todd has been instrumental in helping us reposition the company for accelerating growth, and he continues to have a creative and constructive impact on the company and our business prospects. I believe this promotion certainly will support that goal.”
Jarvis, 44, has been president of the BPE Segment since its inception in May 2006, and its CEO since May 2007. He also has served as president of the company’s subsidiary, Servidyne Systems, LLC, since 2006, and as its CEO since 2007. He joined the company in Dec. 2003 upon the company’s acquisition of The Wheatstone Energy Group Inc., which he co-founded in 1992.
Jarvis holds a bachelors degree in agricultural engineering technology and business from Mississippi State University.
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