BOWDOIN, ME – FHC, Inc., a global manufacturer of products for the neuroscience industry, has announced the return of Catherine Showalter to the organization in the role of Director of Manufacturing.

As Director of Manufacturing, Ms. Showalter is responsible for overseeing all production, procurement, shipping & receiving, inventory, and IT activities.  Guided by the objectives of the company, the Director of Manufacturing provides the leadership, management, and vision necessary to ensure that the company has the proper manufacturing controls, reporting procedures, and personnel in place to achieve operating efficiency while successfully implementing FHC’s yearly business plan.

Ms. Showalter first joined FHC in 2005, as a member of the Engineering department. During her eight years with the organization, she held positions in Engineering and Technical Support, serving as a Product Manager for four years.  Cathy left FHC in 2011 to join the R&D Department at Molnlycke Health Care in Brunswick, assisting in the development of wound care products. After spending a year in Research & Development, she was promoted to the position of Manufacturing Manager, where she was responsible for the supervision of 40+ employees.

Ms. Showalter is a 2004 graduate of Bowdoin College.  When not at work, she volunteers with the American Red Cross, the United Way, and as a member of the FHC-Community Education Foundation scholarship committee. She and her husband John Bennett reside in West Bath with their son, Nate.

FHC, Inc. has served the neuroscience community for 47 years in its mission to advance cranial microTargeting worldwide. With a guiding principle of innovation through collaboration, FHC designs, manufactures, and internationally markets products that provide pioneering solutions for neuroscientists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons.  FHC is headquartered in Bowdoin, Maine and operates globally with locations in Pennsylvania, South America and Europe, and is establishing an Australasian office in Perth, Australia on July 1, 2017.