Wheat Ridge, Colorado (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
Lifeloc Technologies (OTC:LCTC), a leading manufacturer of professional breathalyzers and automatic breath alcohol tester calibration equipment for Workplace, Law Enforcement, Corrections and Schools is pleased to announce that Cassandra Owen has joined the company.
Barry Knott, President and CEO, of Lifeloc commented, "Cassandra is joining our product management team at an exciting time. We are accelerating the development of new products in our core alcohol detection and measurement business. We're also moving quickly to support Law Enforcement and Workplace customers confronted with the challenges of recreational and medical marijuana. Cassandra's cross functional Engineering, Operations and Product Development experiences are ideally suited to the challenges of a fast growing technology business like ours."
Cassandra holds a Masters Degree from the University of Denver with emphasis in Leadership & Organizations and Strategic Innovation and Change as well as a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She has five US patents, several International patents and is also a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt.
Prior to joining Lifeloc, Cassanda held a number of increasingly responsible positions in the Solar and Semiconductor Industries. Cassandra makes her home in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
About Lifeloc Technologies
Lifeloc Technologies (OTC:LCTC) is a trusted U.S. manufacturer of evidential breath alcohol testers and provider of drug testing products for Workplace, Law Enforcement, Corrections and International customers.
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