Nanotronics has hired Mary Cunney to serve as Chief Communications Officer. Drawing upon nearly two decades of experience, Mary will be responsible for communicating the company narrative and advocating corporate reputation through internal, external, executive, and stakeholder communications.
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Cunney, who started the position on September 4th, will report directly to Matthew Putman, Co-Founder and CEO.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mary to Nanotronics and look forward to benefitting from her years of experience as a leading communications professional,” said Mathew Putman, Co-founder and CEO. “She will be a key addition to our leadership team as we execute our strategic growth imperative.”
Mary brings a tremendous amount of experience to Nanotronics having led media and partnership teams’ initiatives for clients across industries from healthcare and technology to luxury goods. Most recently, Mary was a Senior Vice President in Ogilvy’s New York office and held previous posts with Edelman, IPG, and Publicis.
“This is an unbelievably exciting time to join Nanotronics,” said Mary Cunney, CCO, Nanotonics. “I am proud to work for a company helping to build our future and shape our society by reinvigorating manufacturing in New York and placing the Brooklyn Navy Yard at the core of it.”
Nanotronics recently announced that they will open a high-tech manufacturing center at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, serving as the blueprint for modern manufacturing, creating 190 new jobs and investing $11 million.
Nanotronics invented a platform that combines AI, automation, and sophisticated imaging for industrial inspection. Building on a manufacturing legacy of equal parts ingenuity and scientific inquiry, our mission begins with inspection instruments, believing that to build the future, first you need to see it. Nanotronics is combining AI, robotics, super resolution, and 3D imaging for tomorrow’s manufacturing processes.