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Spotlight on Scott Grant, New ESICA President

Tuesday, March 10, 2020   (0 Comments)
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ESICA’S NEW PRESIDENT SCOTT GRANT SHARES HIS THOUGHTS ON FAMILY, WORK AND LEISURE

City of Residence: Frederick, Maryland

Company and position: CEO of Insul-Tech

What I like best about my work: I enjoy working with good employees and good customers and achieving positive results when I am faced with difficult tasks.

Greatest challenge at work: Being a third tier contractor does not always allow us to be in control of communications with our end user and offer advice or alternatives to
achieve the best and most efficient product.

I am happiest when: My family is together and I am spending time with my grandchildren.

I’m proudest of: My daughters and their families for their values and morals and raising their children in a Christian environment.

Best advice I ever received: Be patient and conservative as a business owner… nurture and respect relationships… and always consider the other person’s perspective in a situation.

What I want everyone to know about me: I am a craftsman at heart and enjoy
working with my hands; if anyone needs help, I like to be there for whatever I can provide; my church and missions are important to me.

My greatest inspiration: My wife, for her support and always offering a different perspective. She encourages me and makes me want to be better.

My main goals as President of ESICA: Continuing growth in membership; encouraging more participation among current members; and keeping the association tightly knit and working for the best interests of our industry.

Key benefits of ESICA membership: The advantage of networking with so many industry people throughout a wide geographical area and discussing our industry with my peers.

Most notable changes in ESICA over the years: More involvement and emphasis on our industry from associate members … and those new members who voice fresh ideas and perspectives that are making our association evolve.

Bucket list for the near and distant future: Turning over the business operations to
my kids… spending more time in Florida… and mostly, having a positive influence on my grandchildren!

 

Article Featured in ESICA Review 2020, Volume 1