Bryan Earl Kirby

Bryan Kirby

Title: Senior Account Manager
Company: EcoMicron Inc.
Location: Bealeton, Virginia, United States

Bryan Earl Kirby, senior account manager at EcoMicron Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in process management.

Throughout the course of his career, Mr. Kirby has garnered expertise in parts sourcing, logistics, customer interaction, sales and marketing. He initially completed coursework in sports medicine at Longwood University in 1998 and earned an Associate of Applied Science in microelectronics, water fabrication and manufacturing from ECPI University in 2000. Moreover, Mr. Kirby is certified in KT problem solving by Kepnor-Tregoe Inc. and crucial confrontations by VitalSmarts.

Mr. Kirby began his career as an equipment technician for Dominion Semiconductor before accepting a position as an equipment coordinator with Micron Technology in 2002. Within the aforementioned company, he has found success as a scanner engineer and process control engineer. Likewise, Mr. Kirby has specialized in various positions relating to photolithography, including as an engineering operations manager, a dry etch operations process manager and an equipment engineering manager.  Furthermore, he has served as a Total Productive Maintenance Site Coordinator, which continued his passion for lean manufacturing and uptime efficiency. These skills carry over today to support multiple wafer fabs across the world.

Mr. Kirby is credited with the installation of lithography equipment for a 300-millimeter ramp. Always willing to lend his help to his local community, he has further excelled as a volunteer soccer coach with the Warrenton Youth Sports Club, a football volunteer at Liberty High School, a member of the Micron Wounded Warrior Committee and a member of the mock interview program at Stonewall Jackson High School. He attributes his success to his stellar work ethic, his desire to accept every challenge and his willingness to ask for help. Looking toward the future, Mr. Kirby aims to help EcoMicron become an initial public offering.

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