Ohmega Technologies Adds Industry Veteran Lisa Wilhelm as Director of Sales


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Ohmega Technologies LLC., a division of Quantic Electronics LLC, announced that Lisa Wilhelm has joined the company as Director of Sales. Lisa will be responsible for the sales leadership, focused on delivering unparalleled service to Ohmega’s existing customers and driving new business opportunities for the company’s leading OhmegaPly product.

Lisa joins Ohmega from TTM Technologies, a global PCB manufacturer of technologically advanced PCBs and RF components, where she spent 23 years in different capacities such as Sales, Engineering and Program Management. Most recently Lisa held the position as Global Account Manager in TTM’s Automotive, Medical, I&I Business Unit where she worked with one of the Company’s top Customers to drive unique, engineered solutions for ADAS applications. Prior to TTM, Lisa started her career in the PCB industry at Zycon Corporation.

Bruce Mahler, Vice President and General Manager of Ohmega stated, “Ohmega is seeing unprecedented growth for OhmegaPly in both commercial and military/aerospace applications. Lisa’s addition to our management team will have a very positive impact on our continuing success and long term growth.”

Ohmega Technologies is the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced embedded thin-film resistive materials.

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