Nate May Named New Project & Program Manager

Nate May, NSTAR’s new project & program manager

By NSTAR’s Communications Team

NSTAR recently appointed Nate May as its new project and program manager. He will use his organizational and time management skills, as well as his engineering and business backgrounds, to promote job excellence and consistency.

“May’s work ethic exemplifies NSTAR values. We are confident that his presence on-site will ensure all tasks are handled efficiently and effectively,” said Darrell McDaniel, president/CEO of NSTAR. “We are excited to have him on our team.”

May’s objectives include the global coordination of projects as well as management and team coordination. His attention to detail, technological skills and industry knowledge make him the ideal person to be a “site driver” and coordinator of all projects. With more than 23 years in the engineering and semiconductor industries, as well as 16 years in business management, May brings leadership, motivation and precision to his position.

NSTAR realized the need for a project and program manager to liaise with the Asia, Europe and U.S. teams, to coordinate all site project teams globally, and to support overall team growth and presence. May’s planning and critical-thinking skills, as well as his diligence, have prepared him to promote consistency at NSTAR and with our clientele.

In his new role, he will collaborate with each production team and client to deliver on time and on budget, resulting in improved growth and development. May will use client feedback to improve customer satisfaction and streamline processes while mitigating risks.

May maintains a record of streamlined processes in the semiconductor industry, providing a framework for success in his role as project and program manager at NSTAR. Previously the final test engineer, PMA redesign engineer and liaison for Cadence Design Systems; senior lead engineer, region product specialist, and beta/alpha product engineering collaboration at Applied Materials; and global installation coordinator, senior key equipment engineer and lead engineer at Micron, May has accumulated a skill set that will enhance the ability of NSTAR to serve national and global clients.