Ed Grady was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Electro Scientific Industries, Inc., in February 2014. He has served on the Board of ESI since 2008. Previously, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Brooks Automation, which offers solutions that optimize productivity for the semiconductor and other complex manufacturing industries, including clean tech and data storage. Mr. Grady retired from Brooks Automation in 2007. Prior to joining Brooks in 2003, he ran the wafer inspection and metrology groups at KLA-Tencor Corporation, a manufacturer of semiconductor equipment. Prior to KLA-Tencor, he was Chief Executive Officer of Hoya Micromask, a supplier of photo masks and services to the semiconductor industry. He started his career as an engineer for Monsanto Electronic Materials Company, Inc., a manufacturer of silicon wafers to the semiconductor industry, and eventually rose to the position of Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Mr. Grady is also a member of the board of directors at Advanced Energy Industries, Inc., a provider of power and control technologies, and Cimetrix, a supplier of tool control and interconnectivity software.
Paul Oldham - Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Administration, Corporate Secretary
Mr. Oldham joined ESI in January of 2008, bringing nearly twenty years of financial management experience from Tektronix Inc.recently acquired by Danaher Corporationwhere he held several senior leadership positions including vice president finance and corporate controller, European operations controller, and most recently vice president treasurer and investor relations. Mr. Oldham earned his Bachelor of Science in accounting and Masters of Business Administration from Brigham Young University in Utah.
In September 2004, Mr. DeBakker was named Vice President of Operations at ESI. He is a 25-year veteran of the high-technology industry. His experience ranges from early growth start-ups to large, multi-national organizations where he has been at the forefront of many of the industry's most significant technology innovations and transitions. Prior to joining ESI, Mr. DeBakker was an executive at IBM Corporation for six years. While there, he was Vice President of WW xSeries Supply Chain Operations and managed an end-to-end global supply chain in five countries. Prior positions within IBM included Vice President of i/p series and Vice President of Integrated Supply Chain Strategy. From 1988 to 1999, Mr. DeBakker worked for Sequent Computer Systems where he spearheaded the growth of the company from a small niche player to a global $1B company, with a focus on the deployment of world-class supply chain processes. His earlier experience includes Operations, Engineering, and Supply Chain positions with Intel Corporation, Mentor Graphics Corporation, and NASA. Mr. DeBakker earned his bachelor's degree (with honors) in Supply Chain/Logistics from the University of Tennessee.
Ms. Mustoe joined ESI in September of 2003 as Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer and was later named Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer in January of 2007. Her seventeen years of industry experience have been concentrated in the high-technology arena working for companies that included Sequent Computer Systems, RadiSys, and FEI, where she was Director of Finance and Treasury. Prior to her career in high-technology, Ms. Mustoe was an Audit Manager and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Portland, Oregon.
Mr. Wong was promoted to the position of Vice President of Customer Operations at ESI in May 2009, after having served as Senior Director of Sales for over a year. He joined the company in May 1998 from Giga-tronics. During his tenure at ESI, Mr. Wong has held a variety of positions including director of sales and service and, most recently, senior director of marketing. He has propelled ESI to achieve record revenues, all the while traveling extensively in order to maintain ESI's high standard of customer relations. Mr. Wong previously worked for Hewlett-Packard, and began his career at Philips HK Ltd. Mr. Wong holds a bachelor's of science degree in Communication Engineering from the University of Kent in England.
Michael Darwin - Vice President & General Manager, Component Microfabrication and Test
Dr. Michael Darwin joined ESI as Vice President and General Manager, Interconnect and Micromachining Division (IMD) in August, 2011. He brings to ESI more than 16 years experience in the semiconductor and capital equipment business, and more than 20 years experience leading/managing technical teams. Just prior to joining ESI, Dr. Darwin was Vice President of Nanometrics' UniFire (formerly part of Zygo Corporation) and Materials Characterization Business Units, where he was responsible for growing business in wafer level chip scale packaging and high brightness LED markets respectively. While at Zygo, he was responsible for growing its strategic investment in semiconductor metrology and inspection equipment as Vice President, Semiconductor Solutions; he has also held senior management positions at Rudolph Technologies and Intel Corporation. Dr. Darwin earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in Physics from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Jon Sabol - Vice President & General Manager, Device Microfabrication and Inspection
Mr. Sabol was named Vice President of Semiconductor and Laser Division in June 2010. Jon has more than 20 years experience in the semiconductor capital equipment sector and has held executive-level positions with Applied Materials, Asyst Technologies, Oraxion Diagnostics, Nanoconduction and most recently founded two start ups. Jon earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio State University.
Stefano Concina - Vice President, Research & Development
Stefano Concina brings to ESI more than 27 years in business development, investment and general management experience. He joins ESI after spending more than 15 years at KLA-Tencor in senior management positions, most recently as the managing director of the KT Venture Group. Mr. Concina is responsible for facilitating and assisting in the development of ESI's corporate growth strategy, building strategic partner relationships, and managing merger and acquisition activity. He holds a degree of Ingénieur from ESIEE (France), an MSEE from Caltech and completed all coursework for his Ph.D. at Stanford.
Tracey Jerijervi - Sr. Director, Human Resources
Ms. Jerijervi joined ESI in April of 2007 as Director of Human Resources. With over 20 years of industry experience, she has held a number of senior human resource leadership positions within high tech companies such as RadiSys and Tektronix. Currently, Ms. Jerijervi serves on the board of directors of Junior Achievement, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing youth to succeed in the global economy. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a bachelor's of science degree.
Matthew Min - Director, Customer Support
Mr. Min joined ESI as a Financial Analyst & Division Controller in 2007. Prior to joining ESI, he worked 5 years for Pepsico as Financial Analyst and Operations Manager, helping the company to better execute both manufacturing and sales strategies. Mr. Min started his career as a a Submarine Officer and as a Nuclear Engineer in the U.S. Naval Nuclear Power Program overseeing the operation, maintenance, and overhaul of variety of engineering systems. He has a BSc Engineering Physics & Applied Mathematics from Colorado School of Mines, and an MBA with focuses in Operations and Finance from University of Washington.
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