Title: North America Business Segment Director
Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
Brent A. Dyer, North America business segment director at Chemetall, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business management.
With three decades of experience to his credit, Mr. Dyer has excelled as the North America business segment director for coil operations at Chemetall since 2015. Additionally, since 2020, he has maintained his position as the global key account manager for the company. In his leadership roles, he handles various commercial tasks for the business in North America, primarily pertaining to coil development and production. Mr. Dyer originally joined the organization in 2008 as a coil project manager.
At the onset of his career, Chemetall, Mr. Dyer operated as a technical sales representative for GE Water & Process Technologies from 1994 to 2008. Throughout his time in the field, he has thrived as an expert in various technological services, which has allowed him to find success as a manager for finances and other business procedures. As part of his commitment to his profession, he remains affiliated with several pertinent organizations. To wit, Mr. Dyer has been a member of The Aluminum Association since 2013, the Metal Construction Association since 2012 and the National Coil Coating Association since 2005.
Prior to embarking on his vocational journey, Mr. Dyer pursued a formal education. After finishing coursework in business administration and management at the University of Tennessee in 1990, he subsequently earned a Bachelor of Science in biology, with a minor in chemistry and psychology, at Middle Tennessee State University in 1994. Afterwards, Mr. Dyer continued his collegiate career at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2014, where he completed executive studies in accounting and finance.
Outside of his primary professional endeavors, Mr. Dyer continues to serve his community as a civic-minded citizen, regularly participating with Habitat for Humanity International. Well-regarded for his achievements in the field, he was honored with an Eagle Award in 1996 and 2000. Attributing much of his success to his reliable team and devoted mentors, he is particularly proud of his role in transitioning certain vehicles from steel to aluminum. In the coming years, Mr. Dyer hopes to further improve his station within his company and become a more prominent leader in its global management.
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