Honeywell Names New President of Security & Communications
MELVILLE, N.Y.— Honeywell has appointed company veteran JoAnna Sohovich as the head of its Security & Communications for the Americas division. The unit supplies security and fire controls, sensors and alarm communications products designed to help security dealers create end-to-end solutions for residential and commercial customers.
Sohovich previously held positions in Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions (ACS), Honeywell Aerospace and Honeywell Specialty Materials. Most recently, she served as vice president and general manager of Commercial Control Systems, a business within Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls.
Sohovich will report to Ron Rothman, who is president of the Honeywell Security Group.
“I’m honored to lead a business with such a rich history in the security industry, and one that has long been regarded as a leader in intrusion technology,” Sohovich says. “There are exciting new developments in this industry that will greatly shape the way today’s homes and businesses are secured, and I’m looking forward to working with our dealers and integrators to help usher in these new technologies.”
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