IPC Announces New Board Members at IPC APEX EXPO 2022


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At the 65th IPC Annual Meeting on January 25, held in conjunction with IPC APEX EXPO 2022, the IPC Board of Directors announced new officers and members. Board officers serve a two-year term; board members serve a four-year term, and student board member serves a one-year term. 

The newly elected Board officers are:

  • IPC Board Chair: Bob Neves, chairman and CTO, Microtek Laboratories
  • IPC Board Vice Chair: Tom Edman, president and CEO, TTM Technologies
  • IPC Board Secretary/Treasurer: Jeff Timms, CEO and General Manager, ASM Assembly Solutions of America

The newly elected Board members are:

  • First-term Board Member: Lisa Weeks, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer, and Head of Investor Relations, Benchmark Electronics
  • First-term Board Member: Joe DeMan, Senior Board Executive, Amphenol – CTI
  • Second-term Board Member: Jay Hill, Chief Technology Officer, Molecular Imaging and Computed Tomography, GE Healthcare
  • Student Board Member: Hannah Nelson, Valparaiso University

"IPC is privileged to add these outstanding professionals to our current slate of Board members, said John W. Mitchell, IPC president and CEO. “We look forward to working with them as we advance the global electronics manufacturing industry and build electronics better.”       

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