Mr. Johnson has experience as a practicing attorney and then business executive since 1973. Prior to founding Greene Lyon, he was Co-Founder, CEO and President of MaSeR Corporation, a materials processing company for the electronics recycling industry. Before MaSeR, Mr. Johnson was a member of the start-up team and EVP of Manufacturers’ Services Ltd. (“MSL”), a global provider of electronics manufacturing services. He helped grow MSL to $1+ billion in annual revenue and execute a successful IPO in less than six years.
Mr. Johnson practiced law in Boston for over 22 years. His practice focused on international corporate and tax matters, including multinational operations, acquisitions and investments, offshore investment funds, and cross-border technology transfers. Mr. Johnson holds the following degrees: B.A., magna cum laude, with honors, from Macalester College; J.D., cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review; and LL.M. (Taxation) from Boston University School of Law
Mr. Walshe has been involved in business operations and information systems management for both global enterprises and start-up companies since 1974.
Prior to joining Greene Lyon, he was responsible for supply chain management activities, including demand/supply management, procurement, and inventory management for Sun Microsystems. Before that, he acted as interim COO for a number of companies on behalf of VC investors and was also a member of the start-up team for MSL where he held the positions of CIO and VP of Customer Program Management. Prior to MSL, Mr. Walshe was Principal Consultant with Computer Science Corporation, providing best practice supply chain consulting to Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Sousa is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of procurement, operations, supply chain, project management, materials, business development, asset management, and recycling experience in the technology industry. He has managed contract development, process control, sourcing, negotiations, inventory management, and quality management programs for Wang Laboratories, Varian Ion Implant System, Zenith Data Systems, Packard Bell, Getronics, Arrow Electronic, State Street Bank, and other professional organizations. Mr. Sousa has negotiated contracts with OEMs, CEMs, aggregators, refiners, and OECD smelters to mitigate price fluctuations in a volatile metals market as well as designed inventory management programs for high dollar, high volume commodities.
Ms. Gosselin is successful at establishing award winning teams in attaining excellence in customized services and customer care experiences. With over 30 years of management, sales and new startups, she is adept at identifying and implementing effective revenue generating solutions. Her experience includes account management, regulatory compliance, establishing standard operating procedures, client privacy, security, community outreach; all while overachieving financial goals with consistent 5-star customer ratings and maintaining high rates of employee retention. Exercising collaboration with cross-functional, high-performance teams has proven key in achieving profitable world-wide multi-year, multi-million-dollar custom supply chain service solutions.
Ms. Roman helps develop IC Recovery’s business development strategy, working with industry associations and others to inform executives in electronics manufacturing, IT asset disposition and electronics recycling of ICRs capabilities and the value it brings to their work. She has spent most of her career working with enterprises, governments and NGOs on electronics lifecycle issues and played a central role in USEPA initiatives on electronics lifecycle management. As a thought leader in the electronics recycling industry, she chairs and participates in committees for a number of leading electronics industry associations and has published numerous articles and whitepapers throughout her career.
Mr. Magliaro has over 40 years’ experience in various engineering, sales, and marketing positions with over 20 years specifically in electronics recycling. Most recently, he was Co-Founder, EVP, and COO of MaSeR Corporation. Prior to MaSeR, Mr. Magliaro co-founded and grew two successful electronics asset management and recycling companies: Lifecycle Business Partners, sold to Intechra, LLC in 2007, and D.M. Electronics Recycling Corp., one of the largest electronics recycling companies in the United States when he left to co-found LBP in 2000. He has substantial hands-on experience with material recovery and recycling processes and systems for electronics scrap, including chip recovery for reuse.