AW-Lake hires Micah Feinberg as new controller

Andrew Snook   

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Feinberg comes to the company with more than 20 years of experience in accounting and finance

Micah Feinberg has been hired as the new controller for AW-Lake, a TASI Group company. Photo: AW-Lake.

Flow instrumentation manufacturer AW-Lake, a TASI Group company, announced that Micah Feinberg has been hired as the company’s new controller. Tammie Steiner has moved into a sustainability role at TASI Test and Automation.

Feinberg will be overseeing the forecasting, strategizing, and budgeting of company financial programs as well as support EXACT Dispensing Systems with financial planning and goals. He is responsible for both accounting departments, including payroll, accounts payable, tax, audit, budget, general ledger, consolidated financial reporting, cash management and staffing functions.

Feinberg comes to the company with more than 20 years of experience in accounting and finance, with demonstrated skills in financial modeling, cost reduction, change management, and ERP implementation. He previously held controller positions for several industrial manufacturers where he streamlined and automated various AP, AR and closing activities and upgraded legacy ERP/accounting systems.

“Micah has the background and experience to direct our financial and accounting activities as we continue to grow into new markets with greater product offerings,” stated Mark Iverson, AW-Lake general manager. “We also congratulate Tammie in her move to TASI where her skills will be valued in taking the organization to greater levels of sustainability.”

Tammie Steiner, former controller for AW-Lake, has accepted a new position as director of sustainability for TASI Test and Automation. Steiner will develop, implement, and oversee sustainability strategies and initiatives within the company. This role is critical in addressing environmental, social, and economic concerns and further integrating sustainability into the companies’ core business operations.

Source: AW-Lake.

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