Inspired by a leadership team of experienced manufacturing, industrial food processing and engineering pros, every scientist, engineer and service professional at Bioionix contributes to our success—and yours.
Ron has spent his career in sales of capital equipment to industrial and municipal customers in the water and wastewater treatment fields. He understands the challenges of capital equipment sales including the influence of individuals in divergent operating roles. He has been on the board of directors since the inception of the company.
Jeremy has been with Bioionix since 2007 with an initial emphasis on R&D. Since that time, Jeremy has been a large part of commercializing Bioionix by leading and supporting business development. Jeremy deals with all of the daily operations regarding installations, manufacturing and service, sales, new business, product design and more. Prior to Bioionix, Jeremy’s degree in the aviation industry served him well for almost a decade where he worked for a local commercial airline and obtained a large portfolio of certificates and licenses.
Ron joined the Bioionix team in September of 2016. He has a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan. Ron has been selling process equipment for over 34 years into many different markets.
Brian is responsible for product design and development, programming and system integration, supply chain management, and customer service and support. Before being named VP of Engineering in June 2016, Brian was Bioionix’s Engineering Manager. He joined the company in 2008 as Power Electronics and Controls Engineer and played a key role in the development and commercialization of the technology. Brian holds a patent for this development. Prior to joining Bioionix, Brian was Product and Project Engineer at APV and was responsible for special project management. These projects included custom sanitary valve designs and wastewater treatment systems. Brian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Angie joined Bioionix in November 2010 as an Office Manager responsible for daily administrative tasks, accounting and assisting with marketing efforts. In 2015, she was promoted to Operations Manager, expanding her responsibilities to include purchasing, inventory and maintaining vendor relationships. Angie has an Associate's Degree in Photography from the Art Institute of Seattle and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an emphasis on Marketing and Business Management, from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. While earning her BA, Angie also earned several certificates; International Business Certificate, Leadership and Human Performance Certificate, and Marketing Certificate.
Tom joined Bioionix in August 2015 as our Field Service and Manufacturing Technician. He is responsible for manufacturing and assembling the Bioionix systems. Tom is also responsible for service visits to our customer’s facilities. His background includes welding stainless steel food grade pressure vessels to a construction equipment service technician. Tom enjoys the diversity he encounters throughout the day and takes great pride in his workmanship and customer service.