Barnes Group Advisors appoints Alison Wyrick Mendoza as services lead

March 20, 2018

Barnes Group Advisors appoints Alison Wyrick Mendoza as services lead

Alison Wyrick Mendoza will lead the services segment of The Barnes Group Advisors (Courtesy TBGA)


The Barnes Groups Advisors (TBGA), a speciality engineering firm which supports companies in the advancement of Additive Manufacturing, has appointed Alison Wyrick Mendoza to lead the services segment of the business. Mendoza will also provide what the company calls its ADDvisor™ services as needed by customers.

Mendoza joins Barnes Group from GE Additive, where she held the role of Senior Sales Director and developed extensive experience with Arcam EBM systems. Prior to GE, she was employed in the Services and Connectivity Group of Honeywell Aerospace.

The Barnes Group Advisors is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, and has a presence in Australia, the United Kingdom, and at various locations across the USA. The group’s staff draws on a range of aerospace-focused AM engineering skills to help companies work through their AM adoption strategy via powder, metallurgy, requirements, mechanics, techno-economics, design and leadership and strategy.

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