ECIA Announces Sager Electronics’ Frank Flynn as Board Chairman

Frank Flynn, ECIA Board Chairman

ECIA is pleased to announce Frank Flynn, President of Sager Electronics, begins his term as ECIA Board Chairman this month. ECIA Board Chairpersons serve a two-year term.

“I am a great believer in the association and am honored to serve the electronic component industry as ECIA’s Board Chairman,” said Flynn. “ECIA’s mission of bringing the component supply chain together to work on the issues the industry faces has never been more critical, and I will work alongside David Loftus, his team and my fellow association members to address the challenges before us.”

“We are all looking forward to working with Frank as the association continues to evolve in response to the Covid-19 crisis and the expected supply and demand volatility in the coming months as the industry recovers,” commented David Loftus, ECIA President and CEO. “Frank brings a wealth of experience and knowledge which we will directly draw upon to bring new efficiencies and value to the electronic component supply chain.”

As President of Sager Electronics, Frank Flynn is responsible for the execution of the company’s strategic growth plans. He works closely with his team to drive sales growth and to pursue operational excellence.

Frank joined Sager Electronics in 1983 and was appointed president in 1999. Since assuming the role of president, Frank has led the company through a period of unprecedented change, bringing focus and structure to Sager’s market position, customer base and sales strategy. Under his leadership, he has introduced customer-driven programs, refined the company’s line card, and implemented technological advancements. Among his achievements, Frank established Sager’s customer service center, warehouse, and value-add network, completed several strategic acquisitions, and created the company’s specialized group, Sager Power Systems.

Frank holds an A.B. in Economics from Harvard University and a MBA in Finance and Marketing from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.