Endolite North America, Miamisburg, Ohio, has appointed Chris Bottomley as national sales manager for U.S. sales. Endolite Vice President and General Manager Chris Nolan, will continue his work with Endolite in a larger capacity while handing over the day-to-day national-sales-management operations to Bottomley.
“I am excited to have Chris Bottomley on board with Endolite,” Nolan said. “Chris brings multiple years of experience in the medical device industry of sales management, project development, marketing, and business development.”
Bottomley has served as a sales manager for more than 11 years in the medical-device industry and has more than 18 years of sales experience. He was a thought leader in his past company as it grew to own the largest share in the market segment. He has won awards for sales-management leadership and team growth, served as project lead in successful company initiatives, developed national hiring models, partnered and played key developmental roles in national marketing strategies, and was a strategic team member for national sales-model development and training.
Endolite has also appointed four new territory managers. Tammy Gibson will represent Endolite’s New England market, which includes Connecticut, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Gibson has more than 10 years of pharmaceutical sales experience. Leslee Weidenbach will represent Endolite’s Northwest market, which includes Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. She brings more than five years of sales experience and accomplishments to the company. Maegan Miller will represent Endolite’s Southeast market, which includes Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. Kristin Stamatis will represent Endolite’s Southern market, which includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Oklahoma. Stamatis has sales and management experience.
Along with the addition of new territory managers, Endolite has hired two additional traveling clinical education coordinators. Amanda Hebert, CPO, and Mike Magee, CPO, joined the Endolite team to aid in providing clinical education to customers.
Hebert has more than 16 years of experience as a certified prosthetist-orthotist. Magee brings more than eight years of experience as a certified prosthetist-orthotist to his new position. He received a bachelor of science degree in exercise and sports science from Texas Tech University, Lubbock, as well as a bachelor of science degree in orthotics and prosthetics from the University of Texas Southwestern (UT Southwestern), Dallas.
“Amanda and Mike are two…very experienced and caring prosthetists…,” said Clinical Education Manager Alan Kercher, BOCP. “I am very pleased to have them join the team and look forward to elevating the Endolite Institute clinical department not only nationally within the USA but worldwide.”