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Xplore CEO stepping down; search for replacement launched

People | 02/24/2023 5:04 pm EST
Allison Lenehan (screenshot via Linkedin)

Xplore Inc. has announced that the company’s CEO Allison Lenehan will be stepping down from his position and will transition to become a senior advisor to the company’s board of directors “where he will focus on strategic initiatives,” according to a Thursday release. 

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