MicroCare announced that Michael Damiana has been appointed the director of Global Supply Chain for MicroCare. Damiana comes to MicroCare with more than 20 years of experience in sourcing and supply chain management.
In his new role, Damiana will drive operational excellence by developing and executing a company-wide strategy focused on procuring services, raw materials and finished good supplies to ensure adequacy of manufacturing process and timely customer response on a global scale.
“We’re very excited to have Mike on the MicroCare team,” announced John Stardellis, MicroCare chief financial officer. “MicroCare is growing globally and Mike is going to be focused on integrating our supply chain with our four logistics centers and our evolving production needs.”
Prior to MicroCare, Damiana held senior sourcing management positions at Ikonisys, Medtronic, Hobson & Motzer, and most recently as Procurement and Lean Programs manager at Okay Industries.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biological Sciences from Central Connecticut State University and is PMP (Project Management Professional) certified.
“I’m ready for new challenges and new opportunities,” Damiana said. “I’m really looking forward to making significant contributions to the MicroCare team as the company adds new products, new customers and reaches into new industries.”