Larry Webb

President Anode Division at Ecobat

Larry Webb has a diverse range of work experience spanning over several decades. Larry started their career in 1981 as an Electronics Technician in the USAF, where they were responsible for maintaining ground communication systems. Larry later worked at NASA Glenn Research Center as a VLSI Research Technician, focusing on microwave communications research. In 1989, they became the Director of Manufacturing at BFGoodrich/Cymetech, overseeing manufacturing and engineering efforts at multiple plants. From 2000 to 2005, they served as the VP of Operations at Novagard, managing manufacturing and engineering across three business sectors. Larry then became the Plant Manager at Bull Moose Tube from 2005 to 2010, where they improved EH&S performance and led ISO 9001 certification efforts. In 2010, they became the President of the Anode Division at Ecobat, where they grew the business internationally and managed the anode supply for the copper and zinc mining industry. Lastly, since 2014, Larry has been a Representative on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee at the Federal Trade Commission, providing policy and technical advice on trade barriers and agreements.

Larry Webb earned a BA degree in Business from Malone University in 2006-2007. Prior to that, they obtained an Associate degree in Electrical/Electronic Technology from Cuyahoga Community College and an Associate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lorain County Community College in 1985-1988. There is no information available about Larry Webb's education before attending college.

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  • President Anode Division

    October, 2010 - present

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