John Schnake has over 25 years’ experience in the Process Measurement and Automation Markets including roles in General Management, Operations, Marketing Management, Product Management, Sales and Inside Sales. John leads the Gas Analytical Division at Endress+Hauser Group and is responsible for Endress+Hauser SpectraSensors, Endress+Hauser Kaiser Optical Systems and the Endress+Hauser Optical Hub. John joined Endress+Hauser in 2006 as the Marketing & Sales Manager for the Endress+Hauser Level+Pressure Division. He then became General Manager of the division and oversaw growth and expansion of the North American market. John previously held roles in the Field Instruments Division at Honeywell International and the Process Analyzer Division of Applied Automation/Hartmann&Braun.
John serves on the Board of Directors for Finesse Solutions, a provider of measurement and automation solutions for the Biotech market. He also is a member of Vistage International – a peer advisory, business mentoring and coaching company. John received his Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Illinois and his M.BA. from Arizona State University. He has three children, and currently lives in Greenwood, Indiana with his wife Mandy.
Jorge Jones | VP, Chief Operating Officer
Bryce L. Ford | VP, Atmospheric Programs
Prior to joining SpectraSensors, Bryce served at Lockheed Martin MS2 for 10 years as a Sr. Business Development Manager and Engineering Project Manager for Meteorological and Hydrological programs in domestic and international markets. Prior to this he served for 16 years at Harris Corporation in various roles supporting U.S. FAA, Defense, and Commercial customers with weather information systems and weather data services. Bryce is a Council Member of the association of the HydroMeteorological Equipment Industry, HMEI, and has served on the Board of Directors for an international Joint Venture company in Beijing China. In 2008 Bryce was invited by the U.S. National Weather Service to serve on the U.S. Government Delegation to the 60th World Meteorological Organization Executive Council. Bryce began his career in 1978 at Boeing Company in Wichita KS, after graduating from Eastern Illinois University with a B.S. in Physics.