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Voltera Names New CEO

The Voltera Team
November 25, 2022
Company updates

At Voltera we pride ourselves on transparency and honesty with our customers, so we wanted to let you know about some changes we’ve made to our executive team.

We have recently decided to part ways with our Chief Executive Officer, Alroy Almeida. We cannot stress how difficult this decision was to make, but it was one that was made with Voltera’s future in mind. Our growth, especially in the last few years, has been nothing short of spectacular. It has exceeded our expectations in so many ways and we have Alroy to thank for getting us this far.

Last month Jesus Zozaya stepped into the role of Chief Executive Officer. Jesus is a co-founder of the company and has held the title of Chief Technology Officer since Voltera’s inception in 2013.

“I am deeply honored to take the reins as Voltera’s CEO,” said Jesus. “Having been with Voltera since the very beginning — when we were just four university students with an idea — it has been an honor to work alongside my friends and watch this company exceed expectations. In the last few weeks alone, it has been exhilarating to see the overwhelmingly positive response to our new product, NOVA. I am excited to be at the helm as Voltera continues on this trajectory and I’d like to thank our team for trusting me with Voltera’s next chapter. Most of all I’d like to thank my friend, Alroy, for almost a decade of dedication that has set an incredibly high bar for those of us who follow in his footsteps.”

Alroy Almeida holds his custom v-one desktop pcb printer
Former Voltera CEO, Alroy Almeida, holding a customized V-One that was gifted to him on his last day at Voltera.

As Voltera grows, we hope you’ll stick with us. Our promise to our customers and the additive electronics industry remains unchanged — we will continue to deliver high-quality products that remove barriers to designing electronics and catalyze innovation in labs and on desks across the world.

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