Zhiguo
Zhang

Zhiguo Zhang
Zhiguo Zhang is Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations our Materials Science and Engineering Science businesses. 
Zhiguo Zhang “ZZ” joined EAG Laboratories Sr. Vice President, Commercial Operations in March 2019. ZZ has extensive experience serving several global end-markets, including medical device, integrated device manufactures, integrated circuits, semiconductor foundries, LED, solar, cell phones and computing and cloud companies. Born in China, ZZ graduated from Beijing University of Chemical Technology as a Design Engineer. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he attended Ohio State University, where he received master’s degrees in both Chemical Engineering and Computer Science, and subsequently earned an MBA from Ohio State’s Fisher School of Business.
While in school, he held engineering roles at Cabot Corporation and Diamond Innovations. Upon receiving his MBA, ZZ joined what is now Tosoh SMD, formerly Varian Specialty Metals. He held a variety of positions there for 11 years, the final as Director of Global Sales and Marketing. In 2016, ZZ moved to New Jersey as Director, Sales and Marketing for Ametek Coining. ZZ is fluent in Mandarin and English. From his home base in San Diego, ZZ has responsibility for the full scope of commercial strategy and activity across EAG Laboratories in the US and internationally. He works closely with our operational leaders, and is accountable for driving organic growth.

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