Jeffrey Beck is an Operating Partner with Artemis Capital Partners. Jeff is a successful operating executive and board member with a track record of transforming and scaling industrial technology businesses by synchronizing organic growth, acquisitions, operational excellence and talent development.
From 2015 through 2018, Jeff was President and CEO of Astrodyne TDI, a PE owned 1,000-employee leader in high performance power supply solutions that enable mission critical systems in medical, semiconductor, aerospace, military and automation industries. Jeff sparked new product developments, market expansions, operational efficiencies and share gain at strategic accounts. Under his leadership EBITDA more than doubled and the business was sold in late 2017 resulting in a lucrative exit for shareholders. Previously, Jeff was Chief Operating Officer with iRobot Corporation, (NASDAQ, IRBT). There he architected and implemented strategies that accelerated revenues, expanded margins and quadrupled the corporation’s market value. Before joining iRobot, Jeff worked at AMETEK Corporation as SVP/GM, of the Aerospace & Defense Division. Earlier at AMETEK, Jeff built the Power Systems & Instruments Division from a small initial platform into a highly profitable large strategic division. He developed many of his business leadership skills serving as a Division President with Danaher Corporation. There he learned and utilized the world-renowned Danaher Business System to build and lead a successful motion control and automation business called Danaher Precisions Systems. Earlier in Jeff’s career, he spent ten years with Emerson Electric Corporation progressing through increasing levels of responsibilities in engineering, sales and general management.
Jeff has extensive board experience with public and private corporations in the semiconductor, robotics and automation markets. He has also served on the board of advisors for New Jersey Institute of Technology.
He currently serves as Executive Chairman of Adcole Corporation, as well as a board director with Soft Robotics Corporation and Superpedestrian Corporation.
Jeff holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an MBA from Boston University.