Correct Craft announces the live panel for the second Marine Industry Culture Summit. The finale of the Summit will include a question and answer session that includes Kris Carroll President of Grady White, Duane Kuck President and CEO of Regal Boats and Paul Singer President of Centurion and Supreme Boats. The session will be moderated by Correct Craft President and CEO Bill Yeargin.
“We have a phenomenal lineup of leaders that have impacted the marine industry,” stated Yeargin. “Kris, Duane, and Paul’s intentional focus on culture has been apparent throughout their careers. I continue to learn so much from each of them and look forward to hearing what they share. The Marine Industry Culture Summit will be packed with amazing content on how we all can strengthen our organization’s cultures to not just improve our company’s results but also to make lives better.”
Carroll began her career at Grady-White more than 40 years ago as a production control clerk. She was the first female president of a major boat company, and her clear vision and effective leadership touched all aspects of the business. She has helped build and inspire a dedicated workforce of craftspeople doing fulfilling work that they enjoy and has created a strong corporate culture based on education and empowerment.
Kuck became a part of the Regal team on a full-time basis in 1971 at the age of 17, learning every facet of the business. In 1982, he took on the role of Vice President and later became Chief Operating Officer. In 1994 the torch passed from father to son, with Duane becoming President and CEO. Duane served as an NMMA director for over 15 years. He currently serves as a director for the American Boatbuilders Association and is on the executive board for the National Christian Foundation’s Orlando division.
Singer has been involved in the marine industry since 1991. He began his marine career at Malibu Boats as a sales manager and was later named VP of Sales and Marketing. During that time, he introduced several innovative and exclusive marketing initiatives. Paul currently serves on the WSIA Board of Directors and the WSIA Towboat Committee. Paul also is involved with the Wounded Warrior Project, Horton’s Heroes, World Vision, and Make-A-Wish Foundation. He has been in his current role as president of Centurion and Supreme Boats since 2016.
Correct Craft’s second Summit will be online on March 3rd from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST. To register for the Marine Culture Summit, please go to www.marineculturesummit.com. Questions for the panel can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.