BrainsWay announces new leadership additions

BrainsWay, a Paterson-based provider of non-invasive treatment of brain disorders, announced on Wednesday two new leadership appointments.

Hadar Levy has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager of North America, and Judith Huber to senior vice president and chief financial officer, both effective May 11.

Levy, who is currently the company’s chief financial officer and chief operating officer, will be responsible for overseeing BrainsWay’s North American business, including sales, operations, customer service, field engineering and customer training.

“I am very pleased to announce Hadar’s promotion to senior vice president and general manager of North America, the geography currently responsible for over 90 percent of our revenues.  Hadar is an integral leader at BrainsWay and I am excited that he has agreed to take on these expanded responsibilities,” said Christopher von Jako, CEO and president of BrainsWay.  “Hadar has been with the company for nearly six years, and has been a key contributor to our strong growth and the transformation of our business model.”

Huber, who has more than 30 years of experience in strategic and financial planning, reporting, analysis and more, will lead the financial operations at BrainsWay. Most recently she was the CFO of NinePoint Medical Inc. Before that, she was CFO of ConforMis Inc. Previously, she was vice president and corporate controller of NxStage Medical.

“Judy is a veteran finance professional and her addition strengthens our overall management team.  She has held a multitude of financial leadership positions in both private and public companies,” von Jako said.  “She has extensive experience overseeing the finance function at various medical technology companies, managing the external financial reporting process, and has led multiple financings.  Judy is a proven leader and we look forward to her contributions to our already strong financial infrastructure.”