Cleaning, coating, and lubrication solutions manufacturer MicroCare, LLC, a notable provider of fiber-optic cleaning products for ICT and telecom applications, today announced the appointment of Venesia Hurtubise as the company's new Vice President of Technology & Compliance.
In this newly created role, Hurtubise will be responsible for driving the company's technological advancements and ensuring regulatory compliance across its global operations.
With over a decade of experience in the industry, Hurtubise has a proven track record of delivering strategic solutions and spearheading technological advancements to enhance operational efficiency and product quality.
Her strong background in compliance will also play a vital role in ensuring MicroCare maintains its commitment to meeting industry regulations and standards.
As noted in a press release, Hurtubise previously served as a MicroCare Technical Chemist since 2014.
During her tenure she was the 2017 MicroCare “Meeting the Challenge” award winner for her hard work and dedication to MicroCare's customers.
In 2019, Hurtubise was also named as one of Products Finishing Magazine’s 40-Under-40 rising stars in the metal finishing industry.
"We are thrilled to appoint Venesia Hurtubise as our VP of Technology & Compliance," said Tom Tattersall, CEO of MicroCare, LLC. "Her experience will be instrumental in driving our ongoing commitment to innovation and regulatory excellence. We are confident that Venesia's leadership will propel MicroCare to new heights as we continue to expand our global footprint and deliver exceptional solutions to our customers. Throughout her career, Hurtubise has successfully led cross-functional teams, implemented technological advancements, and built strong relationships with industry partners. Her strategic vision and collaborative approach make her a valuable addition to the MicroCare executive team."
Hurtubise holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and forensic science and a master’s degree in green chemistry, from Imperial College in London, England. She also earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Connecticut and is admitted to practice law in Connecticut. Hurtubise is recognized by critical cleaning professionals for her contributions to the industry and has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and seminars.
"I look forward to leveraging my expertise to drive technological advancements that will not only enhance MicroCare's product portfolio but also contribute to the success of our customers and the industry as a whole,” said Hurtubise. “Ensuring compliance will be a top priority, as we strive to maintain the highest standards of quality and safety across all our operations.”