National Circuit Assembly Appoints New Chief Financial Officer


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National Circuit Assembly, a provider of PCB, cable and electro/mechanical manufacturing and test services to leading OEMs, announced the appointment of Mr. Wade Owens to the position of Chief Financial Officer. 

Mr. Owens brings 20+ years of management experience in the financial and banking sectors, including 11 years as a Senior Vice President and four years as a Chief Financial Officer. His extensive volunteer experience on the Board of Directors for multiple non-profit organizations pairs well with NCA’s model of servant leadership and customer-focused operations. 

“After working with NCA for over a year as its fractional CFO, I have come to know a world-class executive team that is built for speed,” commented Wade. “When the opportunity presented itself to join the team to assist in growing NCA’s platform, it was a no-brainer.” 

Mr. Owens is recognized by his peers for his skills in banking, management, financial analysis, budgeting, and customer service. The combination of these skills provides him with insight that will greatly help NCA work towards its goal of being the premier EMS provider with best in class customer experience. 

“NCA is excited to have Wade join our team,” added Stephen Lehocky, President, NCA. “His knowledge of banking and capital acquisition is just what we need to continue our explosive growth. Wade is an exceptional communicator, advisor, and thought leader- he brings out the best in others. We welcome him into our executive team and look forward to the energy he brings to NCA.” 

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