CHESTER, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Power Home Remodeling (“Power”), the nation’s leading exterior home remodeler, and the Fortune #13 Best Company to Work For today announced the promotions of two distinguished leaders with the company’s Finance and Legal divisions: Dave Dambreville as Principal Counsel and Dave Genet as Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance.
“In their tenure at Power, Dave and Dave have shown not only a high level of skill within their respective fields, but a fierce commitment to the growth and development of their teams,” said Tim Wenhold, Power’s Chief Operating Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, and Partner. “Because of this, they’ve had a profound impact on our people and the overall success of the business. They are true leaders at their core, and we’re proud to recognize their accomplishments.”
Dave Dambreville, Principal Counsel
Dambreville started his career at Power in 2021 as Senior Legal Counsel, where he played a pivotal role in reshaping the legal landscape within the organization. During his tenure, Dambreville has expanded Power’s legal department, aided in intellectual property and asset protection, initiated an annual legal internship program with Temple University, and diversified the company’s outside counsel bench to better align with Power’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
His dedication to developing people within the Legal department into high-performing, collaborative, and service-driven leaders has also been a major hallmark of his tenure and a product of his promotion to Principal Counsel.
As Power’s Principal Counsel, Dambreville will continue to oversee the company’s legal affairs, ensure compliance across the business, serve as a trusted advisor to Power’s executive team and senior leadership, and further expand the organization’s Legal division.
Dave Genet, Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance
Genet has been with Power for nearly five years, most recently serving as the company’s Vice President of Corporate Finance. During his time as VP, Genet was laser focused on changing the culture of the department, shifting both the skillset and mindset of the team from being scorekeepers to active and involved business partners.
With this vision, he created both qualitative and quantitive impact including, changing foundational accounting methods which increased efficiencies and accuracy, expanding the Corporate Finance division by 25%, improving organizational structure, and increasing overall productivity of the division nearly two-fold.
As Senior Vice President, Genet now has the responsibility of overseeing all Corporate Finance divisional teams including Controllership, Accounting, Financial Planning and Analysis, and Tax and Payroll. As he takes on this new role, he’s most looking forward to making even more of a substantial impact on the business through mentoring his team both personally and professionally, while being a catalyst in driving the profitability and long-term financial wellness of the company.
About Power Home Remodeling
Power Home Remodeling is a dream realization company — believing its purpose is to create positive change in everything the company touches — from customers’ homes to employees’ lives to the communities they live and work in. Power realizes this purpose by being people-first. Its employees and customers come before profit and their well-being factors into every business decision. Established in 1992, Power is the nation’s largest, full-service, exterior home remodeler with more than 3,000 employees, over one million lifetime customers, and $1 billion in annual revenue. Headquartered in the Philadelphia region, Power’s primary product line includes windows, siding, roofing, doors, solar roofing panels, and attic insulation, providing energy-saving solutions to residents across its operating territories, including Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.