South Coast Circuits' Amanda Burgesser Invited to Join Chief’s Private Network


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South Coast Circuits, a Royal Circuits’ company, is proud to announce Amanda Burgesser has been invited to join Chief, a private membership network focused on connecting and supporting women executive leaders.

With over 6,000 members from thousands of companies across the country, Chief supports women in executive roles. At South Coast Circuits, we also are excited to support Amanda within our organization and invest in her continued leadership development. As a quick-turn circuit board manufacturer, we help our customers bring innovative electronic products to market fast. However, we also are dedicated to accelerating innovation and change within our own company.

In her position as South Coast Circuits’ Vice President of Business Development, Amanda will be leading sales and interactions with customers on all levels. Her association with Chief will help her be even more effective in bringing in new business, driving change throughout the company, and elevating our overall success.

Chief is a private network built to drive more women into positions of power and keep them there. Chief is the only organization specifically designed for senior women leaders to strengthen their leadership journey, cross-pollinate ideas across industries, and effect change from the top down.

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