Chief Executive Officer
Nissen Isakov graduated from the University of Pretoria in 1973 with an Engineer’s Degree before co-founding Johannesburg-based Supprescraft (PTY) Ltd, a leading provider of electronic filters and other components, and acting as the company’s Managing Director.
He then emigrated to the United States and created LCR Electronics, Inc. in 1985, which prior to its acquisition by Astrodyne TDI specialized in the design and manufacture of EMI filters and suppression components, electronic and motor control boards as well as a variety of EMC testing, engineering and contract manufacturing services for multiple defense, commercial, and industrial markets.
After serving as CEO for LCR Electronics for 28 years, he spun off the company’s growing chassis, backplanes, and embedded systems division as LCR Embedded Systems in 2013 as President, and currently serves as Chief Executive Officer.
David Pearson was the founder and first President of Paragon Electronic Systems, Inc. Over the next ten years, he grew the corporation into the region’s most sought-after technology-driven representative firm. Following his entrepreneurial success, he decided to enter the corporate world and explore business opportunities on a global scale. He joined Amphenol Corporation, the industry’s top performing technology company focused on connectors and backplanes. Mr. Pearson was named Director of the Commercial Products Business Group in 2004. As Director, his team achieved record revenue growth and market share expansion across multiple vertical markets and channel partners.
As part of the strategy and growth, he positioned Amphenol as a core supplier to customers such as HP, Dell, Cisco, EMC, and many other large OEMs. His role continued to expand into product management, P&L ownership, strategy setting, and long term planning, as Amphenol continued its extraordinary growth and unequalled performance on Wall Street.
Chief Operating Officer
Shmuel Yankelewitz obtained his MS degree in Electrical Engineering and MBA from Drexel University before joining Litton Special Devices in 1991. In 1994, he joined LCR Electronics Inc. and has remained with LCR Embedded Systems as Chief Operating Officer and Partner/Owner. A member of IEEE, he offers extensive experience in strategic planning, organizational structure, operations and material management, manufacturing, engineering, and production, always with an eye toward practical and effective, long-term problem solving.
In 1987, Sheila Golden graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a BS degree in Business Administration and entered the workforce as a Staff Accountant for a small private accounting firm. She then received her CPA in 1991. In 1991, she came on board LCR Electronics as Controller and is currently the Controller for LCR Embedded Systems.