Chairwoman & Chief Executive Officer
Margaret is an experienced director of public and private companies. Her earlier career included Division President and other senior management roles of leading companies. Her education includes Harvard Business School (M.B.A.), London School of Economics (G.C.) and University of Virginia (Honors Program).
With over 21 years at Xamax, Bob combines his varied experience in customer account management, operations, sourcing, and new product development to lead business strategy to the next horizon. His efforts consistently exceed customer expectations and keeps Xamax at the forefront of product innovation.
Bob holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Haven, MS in Operations Management and an MBA in Sales/Marketing from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In addition, throughout his career he holds 25 patents in the fields of electrical/mechanical devices and thermoplastic composites and processing.
Sr. Account Manager
Carol provides in-house sales and customer support providing answers quickly and efficiently. Her friendly, professional manner delights customers, and her extensive twenty year career at Xamax has enabled her to acquire significant knowledge of company’s products, services, processes and timelines.
Tony leads Xamax’s quality program, ensuring that the company consistently meets and exceeds customer expectations. He also leads the company’s Quality Management System to ensure ISO9001:2008 compliance.
His experience includes quality and process improvement positions at Swift Textile Metalizing, Pitney Bowes Seagate Technology and Mico Motion. He was an Engineering Duty Officer with the US Navy in the Naval Sea Systems Command. Tony has a B.S. in Materials Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Martin Weinberg: Xamax Founder, President, CEO and Chief Inventor
Engineer | Entrepreneur | Inventor | Leader
Martin Weinberg joined Sterling Paper as a student engineer. He led manufacturing and product development for fifteen years before leaving to found Xamax Industries in 1992. Martin later merged the two companies and grew Xamax Industries from a US focused company providing electrical insulation to a global company producing industrial, consumer and technical products. Martin lived his philosophy ‘Imagination Becomes Reality’ by making it his daily practice: writing dozens of patents and creating inventive products to solve customer problems.
Martin taught his colleagues, both internally and externally, many lessons:
1. Create your own path; 2. Live fully and appreciate life; 3. Give willingly; 4. Don’t give up, be creative finding solutions; 5. Be curious and keep learning; 6. Take risks
Martin fought cancer heroically, patiently, diligently. His body succumbed in October 2018 yet his spirit will continue to infuse Xamax’s vision, culture, products and customer service. His family remains committed and engaged with Xamax. All of us at Xamax are dedicated to continuing Martin’s legacy, living his values, remaining devoted to our colleagues and partners and building on the strong foundation he built.