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Executive Changes at Micro Powders

June 5, 2013

Longtime leaders are promoted at the company.

Micro Powders announced several recent executive changes. Gary Strauss has assumed the role of president and COO; while Deena Strauss Kornblau is now CEO and executive vice president.  Both individuals have held leadership positions within Micro Powders for more than 10 years.


As president and COO, Strauss will manage the day-to-day functions of the company and will oversee the financial and operational departments.  As CEO, Deena Strauss Kornblau will focus her attention on the growth of the company as well as overseeing the sales and marketing departments.


Warren Pushaw, the former president of Micro Powders, will take on a new role as senior technical advisor.  He will now focus most of his attention on the technology side of the business.
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