National Seating & Mobility (NSM) has named a Senior VP of New Business & Strategy.
In a June 1 announcement, NSM introduced Gregg Meheriuk, who joins NSM’s executive leadership team. His responsibilities will include “leading the company’s new business strategy and the home accessibility and Canada divisions,” the provider said.
Meheriuk’s previous positions include Senior VP of Growth & Transformational Initiatives for 24 Hour Fitness, where he was “providing leadership in revenue growth and strategy, as well as product development and innovation,” the announcement noted. Meheriuk has also worked at Coca-Cola, Bain & Company Inc., and Teachers’ Private Capital.
Tony Ueber, NSM’s CEO, said in the announcement, “I had the pleasure of working with Gregg at 24 Hour Fitness, and I am confident his experience and leadership abilities will be very beneficial in further advancing these key strategic areas for growth at NSM.”
Meheriuk graduated from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management with an MBA with an emphasis on strategy and finance. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.
“Gregg is the transformational leader we need to evolve our business while remaining focused on our mission of serving our clients,” Ueber said. “We are proud to welcome him aboard the NSM team.”
Meheriuk said, “I’m excited to join the NSM team and use the skills I’ve honed over the years to help grow NSM’s Home Accessibility and Canada business. More than that, I’m excited by the mission of NSM and the opportunity to provide more consumers with the mobility solutions they need and deserve, helping to increase their independence and improve their overall quality of life.”