LTi’s Johnson Elected to Second Term on ELFA Steering Committee



Jesse Johnson, director of Sales at LTi Technology Solutions, has been elected to a second term on the ELFA’s Service Providers Business Council Steering Committee. He will continue to help push the committee initiatives that support items such as ETAC, the Guest Lecture series, and LeasePac. Committee members are elected by the Business Council membership for a two-year term on a staggered basis.

When asked about what inspired him most during his first term, Jesse said he admires “the number of hours that ELFA members dedicate as volunteers to the association.” Johnson will continue to serve as the committee’s Communications Chair, a position he volunteered to take on during his first term.

When asked about what he’s most excited for, Jesse said: “I’m looking forward to being able to continue to help support all the outreach that this committee does for its members. It really is an honor to be in this position, and I’m very grateful I get to serve another term here.”

About the Service Providers Business Council Steering Committee
The Steering Committee represents organizations and firms providing a variety of related services to the members of the other four Business Councils. Associated company types include accounting, collections, law, consulting, software, equipment management, university/government, executive recruiters, insurance, nonprofits/associations, and publishers. The committee analyzes the needs of companies in its segment and recommends to the board how to meet those needs.


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