Paul Iaderosa

A senior executive with global experience ranging from manufacturing and distribution to sourcing strategies, Paul Iaderosa began his business career as a Commodity Team Leader at General Electric Company (GE) Electrical Distribution & Control in Plainville, Connecticut. A promotion led to a position as Sourcing Manager for GE’s Power Equipment Business in Plainville, which included 13 plant locations. Subsequently, Paul Iaderosa served as Global Commodity Manager of Metals in Plainville and Manager of Materials and Sourcing for GE Meter Business in Somersworth, New Hampshire. As Plant Manager of GE Industrial Systems in Mebane, North Carolina, the second-largest GE equipment plant in North America, with nearly 800 employees, Paul Iaderosa reduced scrap costs by 32 percent and the delivery span by 34 percent. Subsequently, he joined GE Infrastructure in Duluth, Georgia, as Vice President of Global Manufacturing and Sourcing for GE Sensing, which is currently part of GE Measurement and Control Solutions. In this capacity, he oversaw 16 manufacturing plants in 9 countries. Following nearly 10 years at GE, Paul Iaderosa joined HD Supply (formerly Home Depot Supply), a wholesale distribution company, where he became Vice President of Operations and Sourcing. In this role, he executed due diligence on numerous projects, expanded the company’s portfolio, and generated multi-million dollar savings through an innovative approach utilizing harmonization, consolidation, and rationalization. Paul Iaderosa attended Virginia Military Institute on a full Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in History, with distinction, he became a U.S. Army officer. In his 10 years of military service, Paul Iaderosa gained experience supervising electronic and mechanical maintenance operations and held staff positions in Germany, where he led patrols, during the Cold War, along the inter-zonal border. He also worked for the defense attache office at the US Embassy in Luxembourg.