ECM Names New R&D Director and EVP to Leadership Team

US-based electric motor design and software company ECM PCB Stator Tech has appointed Mandy Carozza as Executive Vice President for Legal, Human Resources, and Government Affairs, and Dr. Eric Ponce as Director of Research and Development. Carozza will oversee all legal matters within ECM, manage human resources development for the company’s expanding team, and act as the liaison with government entities.

Bringing over 15 years of experience in corporate counsel and private practice, Carozza previously served as Vice President and General Counsel at global footwear brands Rockport and REEF, as well as in counsel roles at Mintz Levin in Boston, Massachusetts. She holds a Juris Doctor from New England School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Tampa.

Dr. Eric Ponce, with a Ph.D. in Philosophy and Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering from MIT, joins ECM after completing his Master of Engineering and Computer Science and B.S. in Electrical Science and Engineering at the same institution. His expertise spans various projects, including high-power EV systems and ultra-low-power sensing systems for IoT applications, across consumer, industrial, and agricultural sectors.

Brian Casey, CEO of ECM, expressed excitement about Carozza and Ponce joining the team, citing their valuable experience as instrumental in ECM’s mission to become a global leader in electric motor design and software. ECM’s innovative approach combines patented PCB Stator technology with PrintStator Motor CAD to produce smaller, quieter, and more energy-efficient electric machines for diverse applications such as consumer electronics, HVAC, E-Mobility, medical, robotics, and aerospace.

Recognized with 14 award distinctions, including the 2024 Automation Innovation Awards for Software, ECM launched PrintStator as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product in January 2024 at CES. Carozza and Ponce’s expertise will support ECM’s rapid growth from startup to SaaS enterprise, catering to the evolving needs of 21st-century electric motor design.

Carozza expressed enthusiasm about joining ECM, emphasizing her excitement to contribute to the advancement of disruptive electric motor technology. Likewise, Ponce highlighted his eagerness to collaborate with ECM’s team and contribute to the company’s groundbreaking technological innovations.

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