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Power Supply Vendor Appoints New Members to Management Team

Condor DC Power Supplies has announced a number of appointments within its management team, including a vice president of finance, a director of global supply chain, an executive vice president of operations and a director of quality.

William S. Scott recently joined Condor DC Power Supplies as vice president of finance. He will be responsible for all of the financial functions within Condor DC Power Supplies. Scott brings 21 years of accounting and management experience within manufacturing and service companies to Condor. Most recently, he served as CFO for Pegnato & Pegnato in Marina Del Rey, Calif.

Jim Morrissey has been named the director of global supply chain for Condor DC Power Supplies. He will lead and define a centralized supply chain with worldwide customers and a global manufacturing presence. He will partner closely with the leaders of Mexico, Oxnard and Asian Operations to deliver quality products on time. Direct responsibilities include materials, planning (forecast through post delivery service), multi-site production systems and coordination, and Condor logistics. In addition, he will function as the offshore magnetics team leader.

Morrissey brings to Condor more than 20 years of experience in the areas of procurement, master scheduling, projects, MRP implementation, production control and operations management. Most recently, he served in multiple management roles for Teradyne including materials, demand, and new products planning.

The company also has hired John D. Anderson as executive vice president of operations. He will be responsible for Condor’s Global Operations, which includes materials, planning, manufacturing, subcontracting and facilities. Anderson brings more than 18 years of operations, manufacturing, engineering, and business management experience to Condor. Most recently, he served as business general manager for Perkin Elmer-Optoelectronics in California.

Elizabeth Seale has been appointed director of quality for Condor DC Power Supplies. She will be responsible for all of the quality and product assurance functions within the company. She also will be a key member of the president’s staff. Seale brings more than 20 years of quality management and sales administration experience in manufacturing and service companies to Condor. Most recently, she performed as the site quality leader for Boyd Corp. Before that, she was director of quality and customer service for Lyte Optronics.

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