Legrand Announces Leadership Changes

Pung Chan

Scott Bausch

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — Legrand announces the move of Scott Bausch to Vice President and General Manager of the Pass & Seymour® product line and welcomes Pung Chan, who joins the Electrical Division as the Vice President and General Manager of Wiremold® product line.

As Vice President and General Manager, Bausch will lead the Pass & Seymour strategy for continued growth and drive future innovation through new product development. Additionally, this position will include growing market share in existing product categories and finding adjacent product and market opportunities. Starting with Legrand in 2004, Bausch most recently held the position of Vice President and General Manager of the Wiremold product line and brings over 17 years of industry experience to his new role. Bausch earned a bachelor’s degree from St. John Fisher College and his MBA from Franklin University.

Chan, who brings over 20 years of strategy development experience, will replace Bausch as the Vice President and General Manager of Legrand’s Wiremold product line. In her new role, Chan will explore and lead both new and current business opportunities for the commercial brand, while optimizing marketing and product development strategies. She most recently held the position of Vice President/General Manager at GCP Applied Technologies. Pung holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in administrative studies, both from Boston University.

“Both Scott and Pung will play an integral role in the continuous growth and success of Legrand’s residential, commercial and industrial product lines,” says Brian DiBella, President of Legrand North America’s Electrical Division. “Now as the leaders of the Pass & Seymour and Wiremold product lines, the two will both bring their industry-recognized expertise and skills to their new respected teams. We greatly look forward to watching the growth and prosperity of these brands under their leadership.”

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