Management

Mike Altschaefl
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CEO & Board Chair

Mike Altschaefl was appointed CEO in May 2017 and has served as a Director since October 2009. He has served as Board Chair since August 2016. Prior to his appointment as Orion’s CEO, Mike served as the President of Still Water Partners, Inc., a private investment firm, since August 2013 and as President of E-S Plastic Products LLC, a custom manufacturer of plastic injection parts, since November 2013. In connection with his appointment as CEO, he transitioned to the role of Chairman at both Still Water Partners, Inc. and E-S Plastic Products LLC. Previously, Mike served as the Vice President - Strategy and Business Development of Shiloh Industries, Inc., a public company and leading independent manufacturer of advanced metal product solutions for high volume applications in the North American automotive, heavy truck, trailer and consumer markets from January 2013 until October 2013. He was an owner and Chief Executive Officer of Albany-Chicago Company LLC, a custom die cast and machined components company when Shiloh Industries purchased the company in December 2012. Mike is a certified public accountant. Prior to acquiring Albany-Chicago Company LLC in 2008, he worked for 27 years with two international independent registered public accounting firms, including 16 years as a partner.  

 

    Scott Green
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    President, Orion Services Group.
    Scott Green was named President, Orion Services Group in November 2021. From 2017 to 2021, he was Chief Operating Officer of Orion Energy Systems.
     
    From August 2016 to May 2017, Scott served as Executive Vice President overseeing sales, product innovation, project engineering, and construction services. He was Orion’s Division President of Innovation, Project Engineering, and Construction Management from July 2015 to August 2016, and Division President of Orion Engineered Systems from February 2014 to July 2015. He joined Orion Energy Systems when Orion acquired Harris Lighting in July of 2013 and served as Orion’s Division President of Harris Lighting from July 2013 to February 2014.
     
    Prior to joining Orion, Scott served as Executive Vice President of Harris Manufacturing and Harris LED and as CEO of Harris Manufacturing from 1997 to July of 2013. From 1983 to 2002, Scott served as CEO of Green Enterprises, Inc. a company that owned and operated real estate brokerage offices as well as multiple real estate developments. From 1989 to 1993, he served as CEO of Restaurants of Southeastern Michigan, Inc., which operated a chain of restaurants in southeastern Michigan. He has also owned and operated various businesses in the real estate, agriculture, manufacturing, and retail sectors over the past 35 years.
     
    Scott has served on several Boards including the Clinton Health Foundation, Central Bank and Trust of Michigan, and other community owned and operated enterprises. 
     
    Scott earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Central Michigan University.
      Mike Jenkins
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      Chief Operating Officer
      Mike Jenkins joined Orion as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President in November 2021. Mike served as General Manager/Regional Business Director for Bostik Incorporated since 2013. In this role, Mike tripled the size of the business through organic growth and executing three strategic acquisitions/integrations. From 2011 to 2013, Mike was Regional Director Americas managing sales and marketing for Diversey, a private equity company that was sold to Sealed Air. Mike spent nine years at Kohler Co from 2001 to 2010 in a variety of senior positions including Vice President of Sales and Installation for Kohler’s Canac cabinetry company where he oversaw all aspects of sales and managed their turnkey installation business model. Mike also led Kohler’s retail business focused largely on national home centers. Before Kohler Co. Mike worked in various sales and marketing roles for Master Lock, ITW Paslode and Grainger from 1992 to 2001.
        Per Brodin
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        Chief Financial Officer
        Per Brodin joined Orion as Executive Vice President in October 2020 and was named Chief Financial Officer in November 2020. Per has over 30 years of experience as a finance executive spanning public accounting and corporate roles, including more than ten years as CFO of publicly registered companies. Most recently, he served as Interim CFO for Fleet Farm, a KKR-owned retailer with 48 stores in five Midwest states and CFO for Shopko Stores and ATI Physical Therapy. From 2008 to 2016, Per was CFO of Claire’s Stores and prior to that Centene Corporation. He began his career at Arthur Andersen and took his first corporate role with The May Department Stores Company as Vice President, Accounting and Reporting in 2002.