Board of Directors Background Statements Stephen St. Amant, President Stephen St. Amant is Vice President of Marketing and Communications at RTD Embedded Technologies, Inc. RTD is a founding member of the Consortium, and has played important roles in specification development and organizational leadership. Stephen has supported the Consortium’s efforts for many years, most recently as a key member of the Marketing Committee. Stephen’s experience helps in bringing together diverse stakeholders to meet common goals in new, inventive ways. Flemming Christensen, Vice President Mr. Flemming Christensen, was born and educated in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd. United Kingdom in 1989 and still leads the R&D, but now mainly involved in concepts design, trying spreading the idea of Multiprocessing and general management. Been involved with PC/104 Consortium for 6 years in various capacities, like creation of the OneBank™, the updated web-site, co-written numerous articles, latest being this: https://goo.gl/fxHs3E Latest initiative is the PC/104 Sandbox, an open repository for useful PC/104 users and arrange to have it hosted on CERN’s (European Center for Nuclear Research) site, here: http://www.ohwr.org/projects/pc104 He is looking forward to his my new role, to help move the PC/104 Consortium forward into a more dynamic team for the future of Embedded Stackable Processing for Year 2020 and beyond. Lee Foss, Board Member Lee Foss is founder and CTO of AMP Ltd in Cambridge, England. Prior to formation of AMP Ltd, Lee worked in the electronics industry as a designer and innovator with special interest in broadcast digital video. Lee has over 20 years experience of working in the electronics industry. Martin Ting, Board Member Martin Ting is the CEO of Perfectron Co Ltd. Perfectron specializes in rugged fanless systems with extended temperature operation support and anti-shock & vibration, provided with mature structure and build up technique of PC/104 and extended form factors for embedded motherboards. Possessing years of experiences, Martin leads the company to bring PC/104 modules into a new level of MIL-STD and EN50155 certified application, widely applied in automatic, unmanned, and avionics solutions. Martin keeps on guiding Perfectron for further achievement and self-motivated to support the Consortium for future development.