Pajarito Powder celebrates our remarkable team members on International Women’s Day 2018; Dr. Alia Lubers, Sarah Hendrickson and Megan Bradford as part of the core of our abilities as a company.

Dr. Alia Lubers comes from a prestigious academic background, receiving her formal training in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder, two high-level research institutions in the United States, both noted for the quality of the chemical engineering graduates. As Catalyst Manufacturing Manager Dr. Lubers is responsible for product manufacturing processes and oversight of the technical team at Pajarito Powder. Dr. Lubers is musically inclined, having played piano for ten years while enjoying all varieties of live music and being active outdoors.

Sarah Hendrickson, Pajarito Powder’s Quality Control Scientist is in charge of standardizing methods for carbon catalyst characterization, which entails analyzing materials to assure a high level of quality and reproducibility of products. Sarah’s background made her the right person for the position. Prior research roles with New Mexico Tech and xF Technologies provided Sarah with experience working with organic compounds. Sarah enjoys rockhounding, 9-ball, reading thought-provoking novels and spicy vegetarian food.

Megan Bradford has established herself as the go-to problem solver for operational needs and logistics at Pajarito Powder. The certified Hazardous Material / Dangerous Goods shipper, she has extensive knowledge on how to deliver platinized products to any place on the globe that can receive them. Her extensive background in service industries as a trainer and manager make her a natural fit for the role. Megan enjoys music festivals, live music, streamed music and pretty much anything to do with music.

It is with profound admiration and respect for their talents that we celebrate these team members on this day.