Kevin Conley, Everspin President and CEO
Kevin Conley has served as the President and CEO of Everspin since Sept 2017 and as a member of our Board of Directors since March 2017. Prior to joining Everspin, Kevin Conley spent over 20 years at SanDisk where he was most recently Senior VP and CTO of SanDisk until June 2016, focused on fostering strategic innovation at the company. Previously, he served as senior vice president and general manager of SanDisk’s Client Storage Solutions after holding several key system engineering leadership positions over his career at SanDisk. In 2009-2010, he was Vice President of Engineering at Corsair, where he transformed and expanded the product portfolio to grow the company to a leader in PC gaming components, including high performance SSDs. Conley is listed as the inventor or co-inventor on over 90 patents in the area of non-volatile memory architecture and management. He graduated from Santa Clara University with a master of science in computer engineering and a bachelor of science in electrical engineering and is an alumnus of the Stanford Executive Program.
Sanjeev Aggarwal, Ph.D., Vice President, Technology R&D
Sanjeev directs the R&D program for Everspin’s Spin-transfer Torque MRAM. The scope includes managing engineering groups to resource and execute on projects from technology definition to qualification, driving cross functional alignment across various departments, as well as manage joint development agreements for technology transfer and production. Prior to this role, he was VP, Manufacturing and Process at Everspin, where he was responsible for FAB operations managing the production of Toggle and Spin-transfer Torque MRAM
Norm Armour, Vice President, Operations
Norm Armour is Everspin's Vice President of Operations, he most recently served as the Managing Director for Worldwide Facilities at Micron Technology where his focus was on constructing new Fab facilities for the corporation as well as achieving “best in class” Facilities and Sustainability metrics. Prior to joining Micron, Norm worked at Western Digital as the VP of Magnetic Heads and later VP of Manufacturing Technology. Just prior to WD, Norm was VP of Global Manufacturing at Alta Devices a Silicon Valley start-up.
Daniel Berenbaum, Chief Financial Officer
Dan oversees and directs all financial activities of the company. He joined Everspin from GLOBALFOUNDRIES, where he held executive finance positions since 2013. He was most recently Asia/Pacific CFO, responsible for manufacturing controlling, accounting, and shared services, as well as driving M&A for the region. Previously, he spent a decade on Wall Street in analyst and leadership roles, where he accumulated extensive investment experience across the semiconductor space. His earlier experience includes seven years in various technical and management roles at Applied Materials, as well as five years as a nuclear power-trained surface line officer in the United States Navy.
Yong Kim, Vice President, Engineering
Yong is responsible for product design including design and engineering. Yong is a 27-year veteran of the semiconductor industry and came to Everspin most recently from Cypress Semiconductor where he was Vice President of Design leading worldwide development of 3D NAND products. Kim also spent several years at Spansion and AMD prior to Spansion’s acquisition by Cypress.
Kim holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University and a bachelor’s degree, also in Electrical Engineering, from Oregon State University.
Troy Winslow, Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Troy is responsible for all sales and marketing at Everspin. This includes all revenue streams and sales channels in addition to marketing and business development activities. As a tenured leader and motivator of both sales and marketing teams, Troy is responsible for driving revenue as well as strengthening our product strategy and creating awareness and preference for MRAM and the Everspin brand. Previously he was Vice President of Sales at Microsemi where he joined when Microsemi acquired PMC-Sierra in 2016. Prior to joining PMC-Sierra, Winslow served more than 16 years at Intel in various management positions, predominantly in marketing and sales of Intel’s multiple flash memory component and solid-state drive (SSD) businesses.