SOUTH ORANGE, NJ, Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire – Nephros, Inc. (Nasdaq: NEPH), a leading water technology company providing filtration and pathogen detection solutions to the medical and commercial markets, today announced the appointment of Joe Harris to its Board of Directors.
“We are excited that Joe is joining our board,” said Andy Astor, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nephros. “He brings years of financial, sales, and marketing acumen to the board, with experience in both large and small healthcare ventures.”
“I am thrilled to join the Nephros board,” said Joe Harris. “I believe Nephros is at an exciting point as they continue to focus on sales momentum and continued growth. With over 20 years of sales management experience in healthcare with large organizations and start-ups, I look forward to helping the company build on its foundation and achieve greater success.”
Joe Harris is currently the Midwest, Sales Director at Murj. Previous positions have included East, Areas Sales Director at HeartFlow, Inc., Midwest Regional Sales Director at BIOTRONIK, and Regional Sales Manager at Boston Scientific. Joe is also a U.S. Army veteran. He received his B.S. in Systems Engineering Economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and his MBA in Marketing Finance from the University of Michigan.
Nephros, Inc. is a company committed to improving the human relationship with water through leading, accessible technology. We provide innovative filtration and pathogen detection as part of an integrated approach to water safety that combines science, solutions, and support services. Nephros products serve the needs of customers within the healthcare and commercial markets, offering both proactive and emergency responses for water management.
For more information about Nephros, please visit nephros.com.
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Andy Astor, CEO