A satellite and telecoms industry veteran with over $2 billion in new revenue creation directly attributed to his leadership, John Finney pioneered significant success for start-ups Huawei (founded Huawei in Europe) and O3b (founding employee and Chief Commercial Officer) along with other major leadership roles such as global business unit leader for Alcatel-Lucent.
John has been identified as a Top 40 Executive by Global Telecoms Business three years in succession.
Chief Technology Officer
Now the Isotropic Systems lead of terminal development, design and implementation, Jeremiah Turpin conducted extensive research and completed his PhD at The Pennsylvania State University, where he focused on cutting-edge topics in electromagnetics, including transformation optics, metamaterials, and their application to high-efficiency, manufacturable antennas with capabilities not achievable using conventional methods.
chief operating officer
During more than 20 years in the satellite industry, David Geen spent over a decade in antenna R&D product development. He subsequently applied his technical background for commercial pursuits expanding business into new markets with more favorable economics. Most recently David worked at Inmarsat with responsibility for Product Strategy across Aero, Maritime, Government and Enterprise markets.
David obtained his PhD in Newcastle, England.
executive technical advisor
As head of the leading industry consultancy in antenna design, Dan DiFonzo is providing strategic advice to Isotropic Management and Board across multiple technical domains. Dan brings with him significant experience, having previously worked with companies such as, Phasor Solutions, O3b Networks, and RaySat.