Insulectro Appoints Industry Veteran John Odom to Advisory Board


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Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in the printed circuit board and printed electronics industries, has announced the appointment of industry veteran John Odom to its advisory board.

Odom retired from DuPont in 2019 where he had held global leadership roles in printed circuit materials, semiconductor materials, and photovoltaic materials businesses. He had also served on the boards of DA NanoMaterials and HD MicroSystems, leading suppliers of proprietary materials to the semiconductor industry. While at DuPont, Odom also led numerous M&A initiatives and had extensive electronic materials business experience in Asia. During his career Odom has been active in IPC and SEMI, where he chaired the Chemicals and Gases Manufacturers Group and the Strategic Materials Conference.

Odom is a graduate of Clemson University in Chemical Engineering and he received Executive Education at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

“John is highly regarded in the electronic materials industry for his market and business expertise, strong customer focus, and personal values,” remarked Insulectro President and CEO, Patrick Redfern. “Insulectro and DuPont have an extensive history and together our companies have led the industry. Through John’s experiences and skills, he brings critical insight and perspective to our Advisory Board, and we are excited to welcome him to the Insulectro team.

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