Women in Electronics Welcomes New Advisory Board Member

Orange County, CA – November 16, 2020 – Women in Electronics (WE), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the professional and personal development of women in the electronics industry, today welcomed Maryellen Stack to its Advisory Board. Mrs. Stack will assume responsibility for the organization’s Marketing & Communications Committee.

“Women in Electronics provides women within our industry with unique professional and personal development opportunities in conjunction with building and cultivating a strong network as we seek to unite with our male colleagues through our unique programs and events. Communicating the WE mission through our marketing efforts is critical to the growth of the organization.,” said Jackie Mattox, WE President and Founder. “I am pleased to welcome Maryellen Stack to the Advisory Board, and I look forward to working with her and her team as we broaden WE’s presence in North America and also as we expand into Europe and other future markets.”

“As a member of the WE Marketing & Communications committee, I have had the opportunity to work with a group of intelligent and highly motivated women. That experience has been beyond compare, and I am looking forward to using my personal experience and background to further WE’s reach and impact within the industry,” said Maryellen Stack, Director of Marketing Communications for Sager Electronics. Maryellen is a 20-year veteran with Sager, and currently leads the company’s marketing and communications department.

Women in Electronics offers gratitude to Sponsors: Amphenol, Arrow, Avnet/Newark, AVX, Cornell Dubilier, Digi-Key, KEMET, and TTI Family of Companies.


Women in Electronics was founded in 2017 by a group of women professionals as a way to form a sense of community, develop together, and unite with their male colleagues in an effort to grow the talent in the electronics industry. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, WE is focused on advancing women through four organizational goals: empower, advocate, develop and celebrate. With Chapters in over 18 cities, Women in Electronics is supported by leading industry organizations. To learn more about Women in Electronics, visit https://www.womeninelectronics.com/

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