Ron Klein, Belzon founder, added to Madison Industrial Development Board (updated)

MADISON, Alabama — Ron Klein is the newest member of the
Madison Industrial Development Board after the Madison City Council approved
his appointment Monday.


Ron Klein.jpg

Ron Klein joins the Madison Industrial Development Board. (File photo)


 

Klein, founder of Belzon, a high-tech company that provides
logistics, information technology and consulting services to Department of
Defense agencies, will be an outstanding addition to the IDB, said District 4
Councilman Mike Potter.

Klein not only has experience running a successful business,
but has a proven track record of community service, said Potter, recalling that Klein served on the Madison Planning Commission before he served on the same board.

Klein, a former Army aviation officer, has worked in the
aerospace and defense industry and currently serves as headmaster at
Westminster Christian Academy. He also has served Westminster as a board member
and debate and rhetoric instructor.

He is a graduate of the Huntsville and Alabama
leadership programs and a member of the executive board of Huntsville’s
Committee of 100.

Klein has volunteered his management expertise
to several leadership organizations, including as a business coach for the
Veteran Business Assistance Center.

Klein fills the vacant Place 6 seat on the eight-member board. Potter is a non-voting member of the board as council liaison.

This article was updated Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2012, at 10 a.m. to correct a statement that said Klein and Potter served on the Planning commission at the same time. Their time on the board was not concurrent with each other.

Article source: http://blog.al.com/breaking/2013/01/ron_klein_belzon_founder_added.html