Teresa Huber is president and chief executive officer for Intervala. She has served in this role since Intervala’s inception in January 2016, and is responsible for leading the company’s strategic direction and long-term growth. She also serves on the board of directors. Teresa has more than 25 years of management experience in strategic planning, operations and manufacturing, customer relations, engineering, supply chain, talent development, and mergers and acquisitions within the electronics manufacturing arena.
Teresa previously served as chief executive officer for TMG Electronics, Inc. Before joining TMG in 2015, she was vice president of operations for the $200 million commercial electronics division of LaBarge, Inc., a position she retained following LaBarge’s acquisition by Ducommun Incorporated in 2011. In this role, Teresa was responsible for growing the sales and profitability of the electronics manufacturing services business within the industrial, medical, and other commercial markets. She oversaw six manufacturing operations throughout the United States and in Thailand.
Earlier, Teresa served as chief operating officer of Pinnacle Electronics, LLC, which was acquired by LaBarge in 2004. Before joining Pinnacle in 2002, Teresa spent 10 years with Sony Electronics, Inc., where she held various positions in engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain, including vice president of operations for Sony’s Pittsburgh Television Group, a $900 million producer of large screen televisions. She was a member of the group’s start-up team, and was responsible for establishing the printed circuit assembly operations and implementing lean manufacturing techniques and Six Sigma™. Teresa previously held engineering and manufacturing management positions with Nabisco Brands, The Quaker Oats Company, and Westinghouse Electric Corporation.
Teresa earned an MBA in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University – Tepper School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from the University of Pittsburgh.