ColdQuanta has named technology executives Sandi Mays and Corban Tillemann-Dick as business advisers who will contribute their technological expertise, strategic insight and industry experience to help the quantum technology company increase adoption of its commercial offerings.
Mays is the cofounder of communications infrastructure services company Zayo Group, where she also served as chief information officer, and Tillemann-Dick is the founder and CEO of hardware manufacturer Maybell Quantum Industries, ColdQuanta said Thursday.
The two executives will work with the ColdQuanta team and guide its efforts to enable mass commercialization of the company’s Cold Atom quantum technology.
May is also an advisory board member at Salesforce and a board director for the Latino Leadership Institute and at the Colorado Technology Association. She also works with organizations focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Tillemann-Dick, on the other hand, has experience in leading quantum computing efforts at the Boston Consulting Group, where he served as a partner before launching Maybell. During his more than a decade stay at BCG, he collaborated with several companies in quantum-relevant industries.
ColdQuanta’s hiring of Mays and Tillemann-Dick follows the company’s expansion of its executive team with the appointment of Dan Caruso as executive chairman and interim CEO, and the announcement of other executive movements.