Indium Introduces Dawn Ponton as Global Accounts Manager, e-Mobility & Infrastructure


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Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that Dawn Ponton has joined the company as Global Accounts Manager, e-Mobility & Infrastructure.

In this role, Ponton is responsible for developing focused account strategies and managing a sales funnel for Indium Corporation’s automotive and electric vehicle-related initiatives, as the company continues to develop innovative material solutions for current and evolving industry challenges.  She works closely with regional sales, tech, and product management teams to ensure that Indium Corporation remains an industry leader in this exciting and fast-growing market segment.

Prior to joining Indium Corporation, Ponton was a Business Development & Applications Specialist for a global manufacturing firm in St. Petersburg, Florida. In this role, she increased product line sales by 22% and 33% in 2020 and 2021, respectively. She earned a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Leadership & Organizational Management with a minor in Green & Sustainability Management from St. Petersburg College in Florida.

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