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Mark Spencer, President

Mark Spencer holds a PhD in physical chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has spent two decades in environmental research, research and development and product development. He was last Director of Technology for Agiltron, a contract R&D company north of Boston. He spent a decade at NASA Ames Research Center measuring infrared absorption of atmospheric species. His experience in securing and managing government funded R&D programs will be used to expand the technology of water quality analysis.

Sue Hunter, Director of Finance

Sue Hunter comes to Water Analytics with over two decades of executive experience. Trained as a Certified Public Accountant she spent eight years at PriceWaterhouseCoopers in Boston, serving as Senior Audit Manager. Sue last worked for United Asset Management Corporation, one of the largest independent investment management organizations in the world with over $200 billion in assets under management, where she was a Vice President and an Officer in their Corporate Development Group. Here at Water Analytics she oversees more than just finances and manages all front office activities.

Jeff Aghjayan, Director of Business Development

Jeff's resume is an impressive list of technology companies. It includes big players such as Avid Technology, AMD and Sigmatel and start-up high tech companies in solar power and communications. Jeff was very attracted to the growing water segment and saw AquaMetrix as a company with big potential. He brings a unique combination of being able to see the "big picture" and doing the little things that bring that picture to reality.

Alex Davidouski, Director of Engineering

Alex received his BS in mechanical engineering from the Polytechnic College of Minsk. He worked as an Industrial Engineer at Mzor in Belarus, a large machine tool plant. Coming to this country in 2008 he completed his Masters in engineering at the University of Massachusetts and Lowell. His unusually broad range of skills from engineering to sales fit in perfectly with the small company atmosphere of Water Analytics. Alex manages new product development, troubleshoots mechanical and electronic problems and designs new sensors.

Check out this interview of Mark on Water Analytics by television anchor woman Eszter Vajda:
Mark Spencer Interview