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Swerdlin Takes President’s Role at Modulation Sciences

Eric Small credits her with ‘revitalizing’ the company he founded

Hallie Swerdlin
New Jersey-based electronics maker Modulation Sciences named Hallie Swerdlin as president.

This is a promotion from the title of executive VP. She joined the company 2-1/2 years ago and, according to founder and CEO Eric Small, “her financial management and marketing skills have revitalized Modulation Sciences.” Swerdlin will report to Small, who has been functioning as president since a company reorg in 2007. Now, he tells RW, Small will concentrate on the engineering side of the business.

Swerdlin has three decades of experience in financial services. “As a Registered Representative, Hallie spent a decade as a product manager, marketing and selling limited partnerships,” the company stated.

“In 1996 she was a founding member of Swerdlin White Huber, Ltd., a financial services company specializing in the administration and investment management of planned gifts for nonprofit organizations. In 1999 Swerdlin White Huber was acquired by the Bank of New York.”

ModSci makes electronics for radio and TV operations, with a concentration on remote live broadcasting and transmission measurement equipment.