Both market driven, and market drivers, we build relationships with our customers and end users, becoming their trusted advisors. Entrepreneurial in attitide and innovative in approach, NeoGraf uses significant research and development capabilities to bring safety, reliablilty and success to our partners.

Tony Glauser


Mr. Glauser joined NeoGraf in July 2018 as Chief Financial Officer and has responsibility for all accounting, finance, and treasury activities. Prior to joining NeoGraf, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Fives North American Combustion, a French owned producer of industrial combustion equipment and systems serving customers globally. He has also served as Chief Financial Officer of General Aluminum Manufacturing Company, a supplier of aluminum castings primarily for the automotive industry. Earlier in his career, Mr. Glauser worked for Keycorp, Ferro Corporation, and Avery Dennison in various finance roles.

Mr. Glauser received his bachelor’s degree in Finance from Kent State University and his Master of Business Administration from John Carroll University.

Robert A. Reynolds, III


Dr. Reynolds joined GrafTech in 2000 as a Staff Scientist in the Corporate R&D group. From there he advanced through various Product Development and Marketing Leadership roles in support of the Flexible Graphite and Engineered Solutions businesses. During that time, he was one of the key contributors in transforming and growing the Flexible Graphite business into what it is today. In April 2022, he was named NeoGraf’s Chief Technology Officer where he will be fully dedicated to leading research and development, and materials technology.

Dr. Reynolds received a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Bowling Green State University, a Ph.D. from The University of Michigan, and was the recipient of a National Institute of Health postdoctoral fellowship at Northwestern University in the field of Nanotechnology. Dr. Reynolds is the author or co-author of more than 20 peer-reviewed publications and has over 25 issued US patents plus foreign equivalents.

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