South Windsor, CT (PRWEB) January 26, 2023
Oxford Performance Materials, Inc. (OPM; https://oxfordpm.com/), an industry leader in advanced polymer science, coating technologies, and 3D-printed biomedical devices, announced today that Jordan DeFelice has been appointed to the Board of Directors Oxford Performance Materials, effective immediately.
Mr. DeFelice has been working at OPM for a decade, fulfilling multiple roles during that time. He started his career in technical positions, implementing analytical and inspection methodologies. DeFelice subsequently moved on to join OPM’s 3D printing technology development team, first as Application Development Engineer and then Implementation Engineer, where he worked closely with OPM’s CTO, leading program management for the company’s deliverables in the Boeing CST-100 Starliner project.
Mr. DeFelice was promoted to Technology Manager in 2019 and took on an international assignment, leading the technology implementation in OPM’s joint venture in Japan, where he lived for a year. Jordan is currently OPM’s Director of Finance and Planning, responsible for overall financial oversight and managing the firm’s accounting team. DeFelice has been working closely with the company’s Board in this capacity over the past year. The company and its Board of Directors welcome Mr.
DeFelice to this new responsibility and look forward to his expanded contribution to OPM’s continued growth and success.
Mr. DeFelice is a graduate of Union College with a BS in Biology and resides in Holyoke, MA.
About Oxford Performance Materials, Inc.
Oxford Performance Materials, Inc. was founded in 2000 to exploit and commercialize the world’s highest performing thermoplastic, PEKK (poly-ether-ketone-ketone). OPM’s Materials business has developed a range of proprietary, patented technologies for the synthesis and modification of a range of PAEK polymers that are sold under its OXPEKK® brand, including coating technologies for a range of industrial and biomedical applications. OPM is a pioneer in 3D printing. OPM’s OsteoFab® technology is in commercial production in numerous orthopedic implant applications, including cranial, facial, spinal, trauma and sports medicine devices. OPM’s OXFAB® production parts are designed for highly demanding industrial applications.
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