Dan Codi is the Chief Operating Officer for AM Technical Solutions. He oversees all operational aspects of the firm’s business units and is responsible for ensuring AM Technical Solutions’ operational excellence.
Mr. Codi has previously served in the roles of CEO, President, and Senior Vice President of Product Development. He has been instrumental in driving the business and bringing additional value to the business.
Mr. Codi has over 30 years of semiconductor experience in manufacturing and facility operations, product engineering, yield management, and process/equipment engineering. He has held numerous leadership positions for IBM, Philips, NXP, and MiCRUS. Mr. Codi’s experience ranges from leading edge technology development, sustaining operations activity, product development as well as project management and oversight of facility closure. He has managed organizations of more than 500 people, where he successfully developed enhanced organizational methods, including championing a site-wide Six Sigma Program, that enabled breakthrough improvements in cycle time and yield, while decreasing cost and increasing facility capacity.
Mr. Codi also served as the Senior Vice President of Marketing, Customer Interface and Engineering for Array Optronix, an Opto-electronics company and has experience working in Joint Venture environments through his time with IBM as part of the ISDA 20nm CMOS technology development project where he collaborated with partners from GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Samsung, and ST Micro.
Mr. Codi earned his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Married with four grown sons, his youth sports coaching and School Board of Education days are behind him. He and his wife, Cindy, are very active volunteers in their church and community with the Florida Community Food Pantry, Lay Associates of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, and Baseball Miracles. Mr. Codi is currently in his second year of a Masters Degree in Theology Program at St. Joseph’s Seminary as part of his formation to become a deacon in the Catholic Church.