Olin alumna Rebekah Eisenbarth named president and COO of Ohio-based H-P Products

  • February 24, 2022
  • By WashU Olin Business School
  • 2 minute read

Rebekah “Beka” Eisenbarth, a 2001 Olin MBA graduate in finance and strategy, has been appointed president and COO of H-P Products. The manufacturer of engineered tube products and central vacuum systems is based in Louisville, Ohio. The promotion will take effect June 30.

“Beka is an exceptional leader with the vision necessary to take H-P to new heights,” H-P Products’ Chairman and CEO Paul Bishop said in a press release.

“She has a deep commitment to H-P’s mission and a keen understanding of where the company needs to go to best serve our employees, customers, and suppliers as we navigate into our next phase of growth and beyond.”

Outgoing President and COO Allen Green echoed the sentiment. “I have worked with Beka for over 20 years and have valued her expertise and leadership throughout our time together at H-P. Since joining in 2002, Beka has touched all aspects of our business and has been a steadfast partner in charting the company’s course through both successes and setbacks.”

Eisenbarth’s family started the company in 1945. She began working at H-P Products in 2002 as an accounting analyst and has since served as materials manager, sales manager, general manager of Engineered Tube Bends and vice president. Eisenbarth is also a graduate of Leadership Stark County, a board member of Arts in Stark and the Income Impact Council for United Way of Greater Stark County and a member of Vistage, a peer mentoring program for executives.

“Our company has never been stronger,” Eisenbarth said, “and I believe we’re set up for continued success to serve customers and deliver innovative, high-quality products unlike any other company. I look forward to working with the entire H-P team to continue on this trajectory, while ensuring the growth and longevity of the company my family began in 1945.”

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