Mashell Carissimi, the owner/CEO of National Electrical Contractors Association contractor JMC Electrical Contractor, has been appointed by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to the state’s Electrical Administrative Board.
The Electrical Administration Board assists the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs with overseeing the licensure and certification of qualified applicants and developing rules and regulations necessary for enforcing safe electrical practices.
“I am honored to be able to work with the Electrical Administrative Board,” Carissimi said in a press release. “The board has always help maintain the highest possible public safety standard and I look forward to contributing to our state’s great safety track record.”
Carissimi will replace Paul Lemley and serve a four-year term that expires on Aug. 10, 2021. Her appointment is subject to the advice and consent of the state senate.
"Mashell’s background and leadership makes her a strong choice for this board," Snyder said.
Carissimi, who is from St. Clair Shores near Detroit, holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a dual MBA in industrial management and human resources management, all from Baker College.
“Mashell exemplifies the dedication and professionalism we see in all of our NECA signatory contractors,” said Tom Mittlebrun, Executive Vice President of the Southeastern Michigan Chapter, NECA. “We know she’ll do an outstanding job for the citizens of Michigan.”