Innovations in Optics Hires New Operations Director to Guide Its Rapid Growth


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Innovations in Optics, Inc. (IOI) has announced the addition of Dennis Donahue as Director of Manufacturing Operations. Dennis will report directly to the CEO, Thomas Brukilacchio.

Dennis brings over 20 years of executive level operations experience in the development and manufacture of complex products for the medical, biotech, aerospace, optical and industrial instrumentation markets.

"We are very excited to have Dennis join the IOI team," said Tom Brukilacchio, founder and CEO. "He brings outstanding leadership and dedication to customer-centric, metrics driven management of manufacturing operations. His track record of developing operations strategies in addition to optimizing and scaling manufacturing processes will play an instrumental role in our rapid growth and continued success.”

"I am very pleased to be joining Innovations in Optics," said Donahue. "The company has a cutting-edge core technology,  compelling vision for the future, energetic culture, engaged leadership team, and is poised for rapid growth.  I look forward to enabling that growth and driving the operation to be world class in quality, efficiency and responsiveness to our customers.”

About Innovations in Optics, Inc.

Founded in 1993 and located near Boston, Innovations in Optics, Inc. offers high power LED light sources for science and industry that provide maximum photon delivery, illumination uniformity, and stable optical power. Products offer system-level advantages over lasers and arc lamps in OEM equipment for many applications. Available LED wavelengths range from the UV through the near-infrared, including broadband white and multiband options. System accessories include thermal management devices, wire harnesses and driver/controllers. UV LED products support photomask exposure, direct image writing, 3D printing and photocuring. 

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