Camden Spiller, CEO / Co-Founder
As a relationship-oriented leader with a background in technical systems and process improvement, Mr. Spiller is passionate about investing in the people and processes that build a great organization. He is a driving force behind MIT’s belief that it is the culture of an organization that enables ordinary people to do extraordinary things. “Our culture is inherited from those who came before us, stewarded by each day’s work, and given as a legacy to those come after us."
Camden began his career in the electrical equipement industry in the late 1990’s. During his 17-year tenure at Sunbelt Transformer, he held a number of positions in sales, systems, and executive management, including the roles of Partner and CIO.
He attended Missouri State University and completed a 3-year executive management program at Harvard Business School. Camden his wife, Sarah, and their three sons, maintain a high level of involvement with their friends, family, and church activities, spending their time between Greenville, South Carolina, and the family farm outside Portland, Oregon.
Heath Blundell, Operations Director / Co-Founder
Mr. Blundell started in new transformer manufacturing with Sunbelt Transformer in 1997. Over the next 18 years he held operational and leadership positions in new manufacturing, repair, field service and sales, including the role of National Operations Manager overseeing the full operation of five full-scope transformer repair and reconditioning facilities. He went on to work with Solomon Corporation before joining the founding team of MIT.
He is passionate about coaching and mentoring shop personnel, and is particularly focused on safety and environmental processes, which is one of the many ways that Heath takes great care and concern for those around him.
Heath and his wife, Kristin are proud parents of two amazing young women, both women in college and reaching for their dreams. They reside in Greenville, South Carolina and enjoy spending time with their family and friends.
Stuart Jackson, Co-Founder
Mr. Jackson has been active in the electrical industry for over 32 years. He has been owner of Instel Power Services and Instel Power Products (a strategic partner of Maddox Industrial Transformer). He is a hands-on owner involved in the solving of customers electrical power distribution problems.
Instel, under Mr. Jackson's leadership, was an active member of NETA (International Electrical Testing Association) where he has served as president, member of the board of directors, and member of the Section Panel for ANSI Standards. Mr. Jackson has also been officer, board member, and long-time contributor to PEARL (Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League). Stuart has dedicated over three decades to his customer's success and is able to draw on his extensive technical experience to quickly produce solutions for a wide spectrum of electrical challenges and applications.
Stuart and his wife Mary reside in Greenville, South Carolina. Their two sons, William and Matt have grown up in the electrical equipment industry and Mr. Jackson is pleased to see them active in the growth and operation of Instel Power Products to this day.
Randall Paul Maddox, Founder
Mr. Maddox dedicated more than 30 years to the employees, customers and vendors of Sunbelt Transformer; the company he founded in 1981. Seeing the opportunity to unite his experience and expertise with the underserved needs of customers, vendors and employees in the industry, Mr. Maddox became the catalyst and mentor to the team that would become MIT.
Prior to is 34-year tenure at Sunbelt Transformer, Mr. Maddox served as Vice President of Sales for Arbuckle Electrical Machinery, Houston, Texas. Mr. Maddox has actively served as a leader in a number of community organizations, including director of the Temple Chamber of Commerce, and director of the Temple Economic Development Corporation (Temple, TX).
Mr. Maddox attended Lamar University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Economics in 1979. He also completed the acclaimed Owner/President Management (OPM) Program at the Harvard Business School in 1996. Mr. Maddox, and his wife Christina, reside in Greenville, South Carolina and Tucson, Arizona where they are both active in competitive cycling and in coaching high-performing individuals in life, business, and athletics.