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Santa Barbara, CA, May 19, 2020 – FlemingMartin is pleased to announce that Seek Thermal, a leading infrared thermal imaging company that serves industrial customers as well as the firefighting, law enforcement, industrial, outdoor, and automotive markets, has hired Gina Chambers to be their new Vice President of Operations.

Gina possesses nearly 20 years of operations leadership experience and is passionate about leading teams and improving performance, not only for operations, but for the entire company. Throughout her career, she has added exceptional value and built an outstanding reputation in the electronics and aerospace industries. Gina began her career in engineering with Hughes Aircraft, Chrysler Technologies (L3), and FLIR Systems and then transitioned into operations leadership with Tektronix, iMove, Crimson Trace, Timbercon, and most recently, Rantec Power Systems. Gina earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois.

 

Seek logoSeek Thermal engineers and manufactures low-cost, high-resolution thermal imaging cameras and OEM thermal cores. Founded by industry pioneers who spent 40 years advancing the state of military and professional-grade thermal technologies, Seek Thermal has developed a breakthrough line of products at competitive price points making this technology more accessible to manufacturers and end users. The company’s products serve the firefighting, law enforcement, commercial markets and many others. For more information, visit https://www.thermal.com.

 

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