Leardon Solutions’ global team has decades of experience in world-class product development, engineering, and manufacturing.
Mike is a technical and business management professional with more than 30 years experience leading cross-organizational teams in product development, manufacturing, marketing, and global sourcing. In addition to a myriad of technical accomplishments throughout his career at Hewlett Packard Company, Mike led a $300M printer business unit comprising of a global development and manufacturing teams.
Murray has over 25 years experience in the consumer, automotive, industrial, and aerospace industries for Boeing, IBM, Unisys, Mercedes, Phogenix, GE, and Audi. Before co-founding Leardon Solutions, Murray led engineering teams for Hewlett Packard Company inkjet printer programs. Murray’s background includes a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Glasgow Caledonian University, Chartered Engineer Status, and a Member of the Institute of Engineering Designers.
Cliff Currie has over a decade of branding, marketing and program management experience. Cliff has enjoyed working with an eclectic group of clients such as Google, IBM, Fox Entertainment and Yahoo! Despite his formal education from Chapman University and Stanford University, Cliff attributes most of his success to the hands on experience he developed from running his own businesses. Cliff is also a credited television producer and a published author.
Allen Liu has over 10 years engineering experience in mechanical design – working with international companies such as Hewlett Packard, Konica Minolta & Kodak. Allen enjoys working alongside his talented team and solving complex problems with cost always in the forefront of his mind. Before joining Leardon Solutions, Allen led mechanical engineering teams for Kodak inkjet printer programs.
Dr. Airriess has a Biomedical Ph.D. and extensive experience with emerging companies and the challenges that face them, including fund-raising and the FDA approval process. He has a Ph.D. in cardiovascular physiology and has conducted post-doctoral studies in the Laboratory of Molecular Signaling, University of Cambridge, UK and the University of Sydney, Australia. He oversees program development at California Stem Cell, Inc.