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Brett McBrayer

Location Manager

Alcoa Inc.

HQ Phone: (212) 836-2600

Alcoa Inc.

390 Park Avenue

New York, New York 10022

United States

Company Description

Alcoa Inc. (Alcoa) is engaged in the production and management of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum, and alumina combined. It's products are used worldwide in aircraft, automobiles, commercial transportation, packaging, building and construction, oil ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Football Player
Maryville High

Chairman of Directors
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Industrial Engineer
Tennessee Operations Rigid Packaging Division

Affiliations

Board Member
United Way of Blount County

Education

Bachelor of Science degree

University of Tennessee

Master's Degree
Applied Behavioral Science
Bastyr University

Web References (38 Total References)


Brett McBrayer, Tennessee ...

www.thedailytimes.com [cached]

Brett McBrayer, Tennessee smelting location manager for ALCOA, has accepted another position and left the aluminum company.

His resignation comes at a time when the South Plant is "curtailed" -- not producing aluminum ingots but not completely shut down in anticipation of a possible restart. It displaces a member of ALCOA's negotiating team attempting to reach a long-term power contract with the Tennessee Valley Authority -- an agreement critical to resuming smelting operations at the Blount County plant.
"Tennessee Smelting Location Manager Brett McBrayer has made the decision to leave Alcoa to pursue other professional interests," the company said in a prepared statement.
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"McBrayer and the smelter employees worked together to return the Tennessee Smelter to operational stability in 2008 after a potentially debilitating lightning strike. In March 2009, due to uncompetitive power and depressed metal prices, the Tennessee Smelter transitioned to curtailment status," the statement said.
"Since the curtailment, McBrayer has been focused on obtaining a competitive power contract with TVA, along with other special projects for U.S. Primary Products. Alcoa wishes Brett all the best in his future endeavors."
McBrayer, a Maryville native, informed co-workers of his decision last week. He was not immediately available Tuesday to comment on his future plans.
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As McBrayer moves out of state for another job, he also leaves behind the chairmanship of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry Board of Directors.
...
Tennessee and Maryville and Knoxville always really mattered to Brett.


Brett McBrayer, Tennessee ...

www.thedailytimes.com [cached]

Brett McBrayer, Tennessee smelting location manager for ALCOA, has accepted another position and left the aluminum company.

His resignation comes at a time when the South Plant is "curtailed" -- not producing aluminum ingots but not completely shut down in anticipation of a possible restart. It displaces a member of ALCOA's negotiating team attempting to reach a long-term power contract with the Tennessee Valley Authority -- an agreement critical to resuming smelting operations at the Blount County plant.
"Tennessee Smelting Location Manager Brett McBrayer has made the decision to leave Alcoa to pursue other professional interests," the company said in a prepared statement.
...
"McBrayer and the smelter employees worked together to return the Tennessee Smelter to operational stability in 2008 after a potentially debilitating lightning strike. In March 2009, due to uncompetitive power and depressed metal prices, the Tennessee Smelter transitioned to curtailment status," the statement said.
"Since the curtailment, McBrayer has been focused on obtaining a competitive power contract with TVA, along with other special projects for U.S. Primary Products. Alcoa wishes Brett all the best in his future endeavors."
McBrayer, a Maryville native, informed co-workers of his decision last week. He was not immediately available Tuesday to comment on his future plans.
...
As McBrayer moves out of state for another job, he also leaves behind the chairmanship of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry Board of Directors.
...
Tennessee and Maryville and Knoxville always really mattered to Brett.


Blount County Chamber of Commerce - Member News

blountchamber.com [cached]

Alcoa, Tenn. -- Alcoa Inc.'s Brett McBrayer was recently elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He succeeds John Van Mol, founding partner, President and CEO of Dye, Van Mol & Lawrence of Nashville. McBrayer's chairmanship was effective January 1, 2009. He will officially receive the gavel Feb. 24 at the Tennessee Chamber's 97th Annual Meeting and Reception.

mcbrayer The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the state chamber of commerce and the state manufacturer's association. Designed to promote and protect the state's business climate, the Tennessee Chamber is involved in federal and state legislation and regulations, human resources, taxation, the environment, health care and other issues that affect the state's business community.
"I'm honored and excited to be a part of a team focused on addressing opportunities and concerns impacting business growth and competitiveness in Tennessee," said McBrayer.
McBrayer is the Location Manager of Primary Metals, Alcoa Tennessee Operations. A Maryville native, McBrayer began his career with Alcoa Inc. in 1989 as an industrial engineer at Tennessee Operations Rigid Packaging Division. After assignments in finishing, can reclamation and hot rolling, McBrayer was promoted to ingot area coordinator in 1993. In 1996, he accepted an international assignment as organizational development consultant for Alcoa Manufacturing in Great Britain where he was charged with organizational design and employee engagement initiatives. He returned to Tennessee in 1998 and in 2003 was named Plant Manager of Alcoa Cleveland Works where he led a 1,300 employee forging facility servicing the aerospace, industrial products, automotive and commercial transportation markets. McBrayer accepted his current role in 2007.
McBrayer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee, where he was a Letterman on the University of Tennessee football team, and a Master's Degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University in Seattle.


Blount County Chamber of Commerce - Member News

www.blountchamber.com [cached]

Alcoa, Tenn. -- Alcoa Inc.'s Brett McBrayer was recently elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He succeeds John Van Mol, founding partner, President and CEO of Dye, Van Mol & Lawrence of Nashville. McBrayer's chairmanship was effective January 1, 2009. He will officially receive the gavel Feb. 24 at the Tennessee Chamber's 97th Annual Meeting and Reception.

mcbrayer The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the state chamber of commerce and the state manufacturer's association. Designed to promote and protect the state's business climate, the Tennessee Chamber is involved in federal and state legislation and regulations, human resources, taxation, the environment, health care and other issues that affect the state's business community.
"I'm honored and excited to be a part of a team focused on addressing opportunities and concerns impacting business growth and competitiveness in Tennessee," said McBrayer.
McBrayer is the Location Manager of Primary Metals, Alcoa Tennessee Operations. A Maryville native, McBrayer began his career with Alcoa Inc. in 1989 as an industrial engineer at Tennessee Operations Rigid Packaging Division. After assignments in finishing, can reclamation and hot rolling, McBrayer was promoted to ingot area coordinator in 1993. In 1996, he accepted an international assignment as organizational development consultant for Alcoa Manufacturing in Great Britain where he was charged with organizational design and employee engagement initiatives. He returned to Tennessee in 1998 and in 2003 was named Plant Manager of Alcoa Cleveland Works where he led a 1,300 employee forging facility servicing the aerospace, industrial products, automotive and commercial transportation markets. McBrayer accepted his current role in 2007.
McBrayer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee, where he was a Letterman on the University of Tennessee football team, and a Master's Degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University in Seattle.


Blount County Chamber of Commerce - Member News

blountchamber.com [cached]

Alcoa, Tenn. -- Alcoa Inc.'s Brett McBrayer was recently elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He succeeds John Van Mol, founding partner, President and CEO of Dye, Van Mol & Lawrence of Nashville. McBrayer's chairmanship was effective January 1, 2009. He will officially receive the gavel Feb. 24 at the Tennessee Chamber's 97th Annual Meeting and Reception.

mcbrayer The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the state chamber of commerce and the state manufacturer's association. Designed to promote and protect the state's business climate, the Tennessee Chamber is involved in federal and state legislation and regulations, human resources, taxation, the environment, health care and other issues that affect the state's business community.
"I'm honored and excited to be a part of a team focused on addressing opportunities and concerns impacting business growth and competitiveness in Tennessee," said McBrayer.
McBrayer is the Location Manager of Primary Metals, Alcoa Tennessee Operations. A Maryville native, McBrayer began his career with Alcoa Inc. in 1989 as an industrial engineer at Tennessee Operations Rigid Packaging Division. After assignments in finishing, can reclamation and hot rolling, McBrayer was promoted to ingot area coordinator in 1993. In 1996, he accepted an international assignment as organizational development consultant for Alcoa Manufacturing in Great Britain where he was charged with organizational design and employee engagement initiatives. He returned to Tennessee in 1998 and in 2003 was named Plant Manager of Alcoa Cleveland Works where he led a 1,300 employee forging facility servicing the aerospace, industrial products, automotive and commercial transportation markets. McBrayer accepted his current role in 2007.
McBrayer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee, where he was a Letterman on the University of Tennessee football team, and a Master's Degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University in Seattle.

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