Arrow ECS Appoints New President
Arrow Enterprise Computing Solutions, Arrow Electronics Inc.'s distribution arm, said that it has appointed Sean Kerins as president of its operations in North America.
Kerins, who has been with Arrow ECS for three years, most recently served as vice president of the company's storage networking group.
He will be tasked with "providing multi-platform, end-to-end solutions that maximize our offerings to best serve our resellers," said Andy Bryant, ECS global president.
Before joining Arrow ECS, Kerins held positions in sales, marketing and professional services at EMC Corp.'s operations in North America, Europe and Asia. While at EMC, he led the effort to transform EMC's traditional systems engineering model, build its client solutions lead practice and construct its storage consulting business.
Kerins holds a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Syracuse University and a master's degree in business administration from Northwestern University.
While at Syracuse he starred on the basketball team from 1981 - 84. In 1984, his senior year, he averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds per game and captained a squad that advanced to the final 16 of the NCAA tournament. In 1984, he was drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the seventh round of the NBA draft but never played professionally.