Sunstone Circuits Promotes Nancy Viter and Mathew Stevenson

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Sunstone Circuits announce the promotion of Nancy Viter to vice president of operations and Mathew Stevenson to vice president of sales and marketing. Viter and Stevenson have helped contribute to Sunstone’s growth and will continue to play a key role in Sunstone’s success in the PCB industry.

“We are proud to announce both Matt and Nancy’s promotions, “said Terry Heilman, Sunstone’s CEO. With more than 50 combined years of experience in this industry, they have both been effective and strategic in their roles at Sunstone. We have a strong, proven track record of leadership in the PCB industry and they are a great example of this.” 

Rocky Catt, Sunstone’s COO added, “Both are highly respected and trusted by our staff and their peers and are committed to delivering world class service in the PCB industry. As our industry evolves, we are thrilled to give them the opportunity to take on well-deserved responsibilities and continue leading in our markets.” 

Nancy joined Sunstone in 1991, and after a succession of management positions within the company, was named director of operations in 2015. In her new role, Nancy will focus on organization excellence, guiding Sunstone through processes like ISO, technology, and partnership growth while continuing to lead organization innovation and oversight to all production managers.

“Matt and I work very well together, and we are enjoying the opportunity to have a larger role in executing Sunstone’s strategic vision. The future is bright for Sunstone and I love being a part of that growth!,” said Nancy Viter.

Mathew_Stevenson.jpgMatt started in the PCB industry in 1995 and came to Sunstone in 2006 as quality manager and progressed to director of marketing in 2015. He has extensive experience in the PCB industry and has proven his skill and dedication to Sunstone by continuing to grow the company’s revenue, partnerships, and lead excellent customer experiences. Matt’s knowledge of the process from sales to production to quality control provides him a unique view of how to keep Sunstone growing and ahead of our competitors.

“I am honored to be a part of this amazing Sunstone team and even more so to be a key resource to lead them to continued success. This is a very exciting time in electronics manufacturing and I cannot wait to see what is around the corner. Making sure that Sunstone is on the forefront of this electronics revolution as a key player is our ultimate goal,” said Matt Stevenson.

About Sunstone Circuits

Sunstone Circuits is the established leader in providing innovative and reliable printed circuit board (PCB) solutions for the electronic design industry. With over 45 years of experience in delivering high quality, on-time PCBs, Sunstone Circuits is committed to continuously improving the overall process for the design engineer from quote to delivery. With solutions ranging from prototypes to medium volume and production quantities, Sunstone has your entire product lifecycle covered. With on-site customer support every day of the year (24/7/365), Sunstone Circuits provides unparalleled customer service and leads the industry with a real On-Time Guarantee that is the first of its kind.



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