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Reno Sub-Systems Board of Directors


Keith R. Larson – Chairman 

Vice President and Sr. Managing Director – Intel Capital (retired)
Mr. Larson brings a vast array of leadership experience, stemming from executive roles in private companies, public companies, academia and government. He is experienced in current technology megatrends including semiconductors, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, and more. Currently, along with Reno Sub-Systems, he serves on several corporate boards and advisory boards, including the Board of Directors of Northwest Pipe Company, where he contributed to changes in the executive management and helped restructure the company. He is also an advisor to Groq, Inc., a venture backed developer of high-performance computing solutions using hardware and software targeting machine learning applications. As a Vice President and Senior Managing Director at Intel Capital, Mr. Larson was one of five voting executives responsible for all Intel Capital investments and led the execution of Intel Capital’s largest and most successful investments, including the $3.2B investment in ASML, Research in Motion (RIM), and many others. Mr. Larson is a C.P.A. (Inactive) and graduated with a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

Jeff Andreson

Chief Executive Officer – Ichor Holdings, Ltd.
Mr. Andreson brings an extensive industry background and solid financial credentials to his post on the Board of Directors and as Chairman of the Audit Committee. Mr. Andreson spent over a decade at Applied Materials in various management and finance roles before becoming CFO for both Intevac and then Nanometrics. He later joined Ichor Systems as CFO before being named President and his current assignment as CEO. He holds a BS in Finance from San Jose State University and an MBA from the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business.

Jorge Titinger

Founder and CEO – Titinger Consulting
Mr. Titinger has over 30 years of experience in the high-tech industry and has held numerous executive positions in the semiconductor equipment and computer industries. He is a sought-after speaker and advisor; his clients range from multi-billion-dollar companies to start-ups. In addition to his key roles with Form Factor, KLA Tencor, Applied Materials, and HP, Mr. Titinger also served as President and CEO at Silicon Graphics and Verigy, Inc. His board experience spans public, private, and non-profit companies in industry, healthcare, and education. Mr. Titinger holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and an M.S. in Engineering Management and Business, all from Stanford University

Rod C. Fallow

President – Swagelok Northern California
Mr. Fallow has enjoyed a long and varied career with the Swagelok organization, starting in Canada, and with international experience in sales, distribution, manufacturing, and marketing. Mr. Fallow was the president and owner of Swagelok Sunnyvale until 2010 when he oversaw the merger of the company with Oakland Valve and Fitting. Prior to that, Mr. Fallow was the vice president of marketing for Swagelok Company in Ohio. Additionally, he serves on the board of Living Classroom, a non-profit educational organization. Mr. Fallow attended the University of Alberta and graduated from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Robert B. MacKnight

CEO – Reno Sub-Systems
Mr. MacKnight is a seasoned international business leader with more than 40 years of experience. His dynamic leadership background provides Reno the strategic insight needed for its profitable success. For the last 30 years he has held executive roles with P&L responsibility. His experience includes the successful launch of two startups. In Mr. MacKnight’s past role as president and CEO of Crossing Automation, he oversaw all operational activities. He repositioned the company and renewed its marketing efforts. These activities led to the company’s acquisition by the largest market shareholder. Previously, he served as president and COO at Mattson, where he spearheaded operational activities, led manufacturing and the product groups, and was responsible for the company’s global business operations. Before joining Mattson, Mr. MacKnight spent 3 1/2 years at Microbar Inc., where he was president and chief operating officer. He has also held senior management positions with Cymer Inc., Watkins-Johnson Semiconductor Equipment Group, Aktis Corp., Peak Systems, and Eaton Corp. Mr. MacKnight holds bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Massachusetts.

Sung Hoon Yang, Ph.D.

General Manager – Samsung Ventures America
Senior Director – Samsung Ventures
Dr. Yang’s career with Samsung has spanned engineering, design, simulation, and investment assignments in Korea and the US. He currently serves as GM of Samsung Ventures America. Prior to this role, he was Chief Investment Manager in Korea, where he led mergers and acquisitions of several semiconductor materials companies (Voltaix-acquired by Air Liquide, NexPlanar-acquired by Cabot Microelectronics, StoreDot, Inpria, SBA, Aveni, DSC), equipment and tools (IMS-acquired by Intel, Teraview, Exnodes), software (SolidFire-acquired by NetApp, Mirero-acquired by Samsung, xTAL), and new concept memory (Nantero). From the Seoul National University, Dr. Yang received a Ph.D. and MS in Material Science and a BS in Polymer Science.