Board of Directors
The Interlink Electronics board of directors consists of proven business and technology leaders with a broad range of business and technology experience.
Steven N. Bronson
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Bronson became the CEO and Chairman of Interlink Electronics, Inc. in July of 2010. In March of 2011 he also took on the role of President, bringing both his operational and financial expertise to the company. Since successfully turning around Interlink's business to profitability, Mr. Bronson has focused on strategic matters, mission-critical decisions, and identification of potential acquisitions and business partnership opportunities.
Mr. Bronson has held the position of CEO & Chairman of BKF Capital Group, Inc. (BKF), a publicly traded company operating through its wholly-owned subsidiaries—BKF Investment Group, Inc. and BKF Asset Holdings, Inc.—since October 2008.
In 1996, Mr. Bronson founded Bronson & Co. and served as CEO & Chairman until November 2014. Bronson & Co., LLC is an investment banking firm that assists private and public emerging growth and middle market companies with raising capital, mergers and acquisitions, and advisory services.
In addition, Mr. Bronson served on the board of Mikron Infrared Instruments, Inc. from September 1996 to July 2000 and as Mikron's Chairman and CEO during a restructuring period from August 1998 to May 1999. Mr. Bronson led the effort to recruit a top-notch management team, eventually increasing the company's revenue by 500 percent; it was sold in April 2007.
Mr. Bronson currently holds the series 4, 7, 24, 53, 55, 63, 65, 66 and 79 licenses.
David J. Wolenski
David J. Wolenski has served since November 2002 as vice president of Electro-Mechanical Products, Inc., a privately-held company engaged in the manufacture of precision-machined components and thermal management systems for the semiconductor, laser, and medical device industries. From 1996 to 2000, he served as CEO of OZO Automation, a public company that designed and produced robotic workstations used in the manufacture of cell phones and related electronic subsystems. Wolenski holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Joy is the cofounder and CEO of MREN, a cloud-based commercial real estate market network. Hou spent 10 years on Wall Street (DLJ, Lehman, Barclays), where she closed $10 billion in RE transactions. She has also spent time in leadership positions in the information technology and service industries. Joy brings valuable experience to the board and a wealth of business development skills, including investor relations, management, structured finance, dispositions, and joint ventures. She is a proud graduate of Cornell University and continues to give back to her alma mater as a volunteer board director of the Cornell Asian Alumni Association.