Terri Jondahl joined CAB in 1995 and serves as the CEO of CAB Incorporated and CAB Worldwide Holdings Inc operations in the U.S., South Africa, China, India, Korea and Vietnam. She is the majority shareholder of CAB, which holds certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise. Jondahl has extensive hands-on experience in sales management, financial management, overseas supplier management and production and quality management;
Terri Jondahl is very active in the community, serving on the Executive Board of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce (where she served as the 2011 Chair), Board of Directors, Gwinnett Health System, Board of Trustees of the Georgia Gwinnett College Foundation, Gwinnett Medical Foundation and Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation and several other organizations. She was recently appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the Lake Lanier Islands Development Authority.
Jondahl has served as the State President of The Texas Federation of Business & Professional Women and President of the Federation of Business and Professional Women in the Ukiah, California and Nacogdoches, Texas regions. Jondahl was honored in the 2008 Atlanta Woman Magazine as one of the “Top 25 Professional Women to Watch.” Jondahl received an A.A. in Business Administration at Mendocino College.
She loves to paint and spend time boating or jet skiing on Lake Lanier.
How to Connect with Terri
- Website: https://www.cabinc.com/
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrijondahl/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cabincorporated
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/CABIncorporated
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