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Toshiba Memory America, Inc. Management

Toshiaki Fujikawa
President and CEO

Mr. Fujikawa holds the position of President and CEO of Toshiba Memory America, Inc. A Toshiba veteran of 26 years, Mr. Fujikawa has held senior-level positions in Memory sales, marketing and management. As President and CEO, Mr. Fujikawa will oversee all aspects of TMA operations, including sales and marketing across product categories and R&D activities for next-generation storage products. Under his leadership, TMA will be focused on driving technology integration of its leading-edge flash memory products and SSDs across a wide range of applications. Mr. Fujikawa received his MBA from the University of Cambridge, and holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Waseda University. 

Jeremy Werner
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Solid State Drive (SSD) Business Unit

Jeremy Werner is senior vice president and general manager of the SSD business unit at Toshiba Memory America (TMA). He is responsible for marketing, support, and operations for TMA’s enterprise, data center, and client SSDs. Mr. Werner’s duties also include definition, development, marketing, and management of KumoScale™, Toshiba’s shared accelerated storage software. On behalf of Toshiba Memory Corporation, Mr. Werner has served as a member of the NVM Express® Board of Directors. Prior to joining Toshiba in 2015, Mr. Werner held the position of vice president of marketing at Tidal Systems. His experience also includes marketing management positions at LSI, SandForce, MetaRAM, and AMD/Spansion. Mr. Werner earned a BSEE at Cornell University and holds over 20 patents, or patents pending, in storage and related technology. 

Scott Nelson
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Memory Business Unit

Scott Nelson, senior vice president and general manager of memory products business unit, is responsible for the sales and marketing of Toshiba’s flash memory products, including cutting-edge BiCS FLASH™ 3D memory solutions, e-MMC, UFS, SLC, and flash-based memory cards. Under his direction, these products are targeted for a variety of applications including emerging markets such as artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). In addition, TMA actively engages with NAND enablers (such as leading chipset and controller companies) across a variety of applications. Mr. Nelson joined Toshiba in 1986, and he has held numerous sales, marketing and product management positions within the company's memory business unit, leading up to his current position. Nelson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and operations management from California State University at Fullerton, and an MBA from Pepperdine University.

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