Isola Group has named industry veteran Michael White to the newly created position of Chief Revenue Officer.
“Isola is pleased to announce that Mike, a 30-year veteran in the high-tech electronics industry, will join Isola’s Executive Leadership Team,” announced Jeff Waters, Isola CEO, “In this new role, Mike will oversee and align all global sales and marketing efforts as well as lead strategic planning for Isola."
“Additionally, Mike will help drive more strategic internal collaboration between departments. This, in turn, will translate to better customer engagement among Isola and its customers,” Waters added.
White has over 30 years of global high-tech industry experience. Prior to joining Isola, he was SVP Sales and Marketing at Transphorm, a leader in the high-power, high-efficiency semiconductor market, where he will continue his position as a Board Member. He also spent over 20 years at National Semiconductor, where he held positions including VP/GM of Power Management, VP of Strategic Planning, and VP of North American Sales. Mike holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. He will report directly to Jeff Waters, Isola CEO.
Isola Group is the recognized leader in the global manufacturing of high-performance base materials for advanced multilayer printed circuit boards. Isola is known for their best-in-class, high-speed digital laminates and prepregs as well as for materials suited for RF/Microwave applications. Critical industries like aerospace, military, automotive, high-end computing and broadband utilize Isola products in part because of their acclaimed high-reliability. All Isola products are RoHS compliant and many are halogen free.
“We are excited to see what Mike White’s industry experience can do to further integrate our global collaborative efforts. Mike is at the forefront of our consumer market and I know he will positively impact how we partner with our customers to help them strengthen their businesses,” Jeff Waters concluded.