Ron Bostic, recently appointed to the AFCOM-NC board of directors, brings more than 20 years of executive leadership experience in the mission critical facility power industry.
Mr. Bostic has demonstrated success serving data center and critical facility infrastructure needs across multiple markets including commercial, government, financial, manufacturing, and telecommunication sectors. His diverse background includes executive and senior management roles among organizations ranging in size and type, from public enterprise-level companies, to smaller privately funded firms. In each of his previous roles he has successfully led major business growth and transformation initiatives with a history of success built on sound strategic and operational leadership, innovative thinking, and profitable growth.
Mr. Bostic currently serves as vice president and general manager with Critical Power Resource. Previous positions include senior vice president of business development with Pinnacle Telecommunications, business unit vice president with Thomas & Betts Global Services, general manager with Eaton Engineering Systems & Services, and vice president of North American services with Eaton-Powerware Corporation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management, and is a graduate of the Kenan-Flagler School of Business, University of North Carolina. Mr. Bostic is an active member and recognized thought-leader among multiple power quality and mission critical facility support associations.