Timothy M. Archer is the chief operating officer of Lam Research and was appointed to this position in June 2012 when the Company completed its acquisition of Novellus Systems, Inc. Mr. Archer previously held the position of chief operating officer at Novellus. Mr. Archer joined Novellus in 1994 and held a number of positions at that company, including executive vice president of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Satisfaction; executive vice president of the PECVD and Electrofill Business Units; and senior director of technology for Novellus Systems Japan. Prior to joining Novellus, Mr.
Shawn Lawrence brings more than 20 years of experience in product research, contact marketing, communications, and exhibition management to his role as Product Marketing Manager at HIWIN Corporation, the motion control systems technology leader. He is a former Marketing Manager with precision measurement solutions provider, Mitutoyo America. Prior experience includes software development and business analyst consulting on business-to-business applications for companies including EESCO electrical supply and Budget Rent a Car.
Jason McGrew has more than 25 years of sales management experience, including 17 years servicing the semiconductor and pharmaceutical manufacturing base. He has a strong record driving growth in revenues, profit, and market share for Fortune 1000 customers of consumable and capital goods in the Americas and Asia. He brings vast, relevant experience to the SEMICON West Exhibitor Advisory Council, including the development of onsite, multi-story exhibition booths.
Emerald Greig has nearly 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. She began her career as a Rotational Engineer at Motorola in Austin, Texas. After being involved in the first 200mm fab startup at Motorola, she joined Motorola’s Sector Sourcing organization as a Technical Purchasing Manager. She then joined ON Semiconductor in Phoenix as a Foundry Manager and Technology Transfer Manager for power products, and later moved on to Comdisco, which was then acquired by GE Capital.