CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AKHAN Semiconductor is pleased to announce the completion of hiring to its C-Suite positions. Two new executives have been brought onboard along with current CEO and Founder Adam Khan and COO Carl Shurboff.
The CEO and COO will be joined by Bill Alberth as Chief Technology Officer and Kristie King as Chief Financial Officer. Bill Alberth brings nearly thirty years of experience in the mobile device and wireless technology sector. Before joining AKHAN, Bill spent twenty-five years with Motorola Mobile Devices along with COO Carl Shurboff, overseeing the architecture and commercialization of wireless LTE, CDMA, UMTS, WIFI, Bluetooth and NFC Products. In 2012, he founded Innovations Technologies Consulting Inc., where he has served as President.
Kristie King has over 20 years of senior leadership experience with Motorola Mobility, Inc. and Motorola Solutions, Inc. She has worked with several startups and Fortune 100 companies, and has used her financial modeling skills, financial system design expertise, contract negotiation and financial management leadership to achieve these companies’ business goals. Kristie is also currently on faculty at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, where she designed and teaches the Entrepreneurial Finance course.
As a Chicago company, AKHAN is pleased to welcome two more Illinois-educated C-Level executives who have both made significant contributions to the Chicago tech scene, and will continue to do so as part of the AKHAN team.
Says CEO Adam Khan, "I am extremely excited to announce these new additions to the AKHAN Semi team. Each with a proven track record of success in technology commercialization and research-to-product deployment, their respective skills, talent, and expertise will be invaluable in growing and maintaining our global lead in diamond semiconductor."
AKHAN Semiconductor is a technology company specializing in the fabrication and application of electronics-grade diamonds for semiconductor and electronic applications. They are headquartered in Gurnee, IL.