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Gregory Zahm received his AAS degree in Materials Science in 1976 and continued working on his bachelor’s degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa in 1978. He now has 38 years experience in the metals industry, which began as a marketing engineer in the copper industry. He evolved as a process/quality engineer of stainless steel foils, broadened his knowledge base with brazing alloys and today centers on nickel and nickel bearing alloys.
Jordan Kilbey is from Knoxville, Tennessee and an alumni of the University of Tennessee. He graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Material Science and Engineering. While attending and working at the University of Tennessee, he was involved in many diverse projects from improving processes during the heat treating to investigating mechanical properties of novel magnetic materials. He joined the team at Vista Metals in May of 2013.