Steve Bonham joined Micralyne in 2018 as Vice President of Operations. In October 2019, he was appointed Plant Manager of Teledyne Micralyne. Steve is responsible for the overall operations of the Edmonton plant and strategic direction for the location, including profit and loss responsibility for development and production. Steve brings with him nearly 30 years of manufacturing management experience in diverse markets including semiconductor, biomedical, optical, telecom, and electronics products.
Steve has extensive experience in growing and developing productive teams to facilitate company growth. He has developed teams in Manufacturing Engineering, Supply Chain, and Planning and Production.
He has a passion for building organizations, managing growth in many company phases, from start-ups through to mature multinational companies. He began his career at IBM, and progressed to various technology, supply chain, and management roles at companies including Newbridge Networks, JDS Uniphase, and the Royal Canadian Mint.
As the Plant Manager, Steve is focused on growing Teledyne Micralyne’s capabilities across multiple product lines to meet rising demand. Working closely with the Teledyne DALSA facility in Bromont, Quebec, he is excited about the growth prospects ahead, both for the Edmonton facility, and for the larger Teledyne MEMS business in general.
Steve earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick, and a Certificate in Advanced Technology Management from Learnsoft/Carlton University.