IPC Holds Board Election at IPC APEX EXPO


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The Nominating and Governance Committee of the IPC Board of Directors presented one new member candidate and one term-renewal candidate for election at the 64th IPC Annual Meeting on March 9, held in conjunction with IPC APEX EXPO 2021. All board members serve a four-year term.

The newly elected Board members are:

First-term director: Elke Eckstein, President and CEO, ENICS (Zürich, Switzerland)

Second-term director: Cao Xi, Technical Director, Advanced Process Lab, Huawei (Shenzhen, China) 

"IPC is privileged to have Elke and Cao added to our current slate of Board members. Both are active contributors to IPC initiatives, and we look forward to their continued contributions to advancing IPC and helping the electronics industry build electronics better," said John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO.

For additional information on IPC's Board of Directors including bios on newly elected Board members, contact Sandy Gentry, IPC communications director. For information on IPC APEX EXPO, visit www.ipcapexexpo.org.

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