Clear Align Appoints New Chief Operating Officer
Eagleville, Pennsylvania, November 8, 2021 – Clear Align announced it is promoting Justin Wexler to the role of Chief Operating Officer.
Justin brings over twenty years of leadership. Prior to joining joining Clear Align as the CFO, Wexler served sixteen years at L3 Technologies in a variety of finance and operational roles including Vice President and CFO. In his new role, he will assume responsibility for delivering on our mission to drive and sustain innovation and operational excellence across the organization in addition to his current financial portfolio.
“Over the last few years, Justin has strengthened collaboration internally with C-suite leaders, and our teams, by helping translate our strategies into actionable plans,” stated, Angelique X. Irvin, Chairperson and CEO. “His history of driving innovative change through collaboration and operational excellence build upon his manufacturing engineering and financial background. His proven track record in building culture in fast growth organizations make him a unique asset to the company.”
Andrew Partynski, Clear Align’s CTO, commented “Justin’s responsibilities go beyond optimizing resources and efficiencies and into implementing operational change throughout the organization to accelerate a culture of innovation.”
Wexler holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance from La Salle University, a BS in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering from Penn State University and is a graduate from the L3 Technologies’ Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). He is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
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