Martinsville consulting firm names VP operations
Anthony “Tony” Cerilli promoted at Genedge
Martinsville-based manufacturing business consulting firm Genedge announced Tuesday that Anthony “Tony” Cerilli has been promoted to vice president of operations.
In his new role at the company’s Newport News office, he will be responsible for customer fulfillment. He will also oversee all client engagement between staff and third-party providers. Cerilli was most recently Genedge’s director of national programs, overseeing programs that help manufacturers in medical device supply chains.
Founded in 1992, Genedge offers consulting services to more than 200 Virginia management and logistics companies.
“It is an exciting time for the country and the commonwealth with regards to manufacturing — there is finally the realization that critical manufacturing needs to occur domestically,” Cerilli said in a statement. “I look forward to continuing to help manufacturers in Virginia to innovate, compete and grow, keeping and bringing critical manufacturing jobs here in Virginia.”
Before his time with Genedge, Cerilli was a regulator manufacturing engineer with manufacturing company Continental AG. He earned his bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science from the University at Albany, State University of New York, and is a master’s candidate for business administration at the William & Mary Mason School of Business.