Meet Our Officers
From 1999 to the present, Philip S. Rhodes has served as the president and co-owner of Broadview Technologies Inc. Broadview, in association with Polynt, has been a leading innovator of anhydride epoxy technology, non-hal flame retardants and anti-corrosion agents. Broadview’s corrosion additive division was spun off in 2004, and now operates as Hycrete Inc>.
Prior to forming Broadview, Phil was the Director of Marketing and Sales for Lonza’s Polymer and Additive group where he headed a $70MM/year business unit. Prior to Lonza, Phil was the Vice President of Anhydrides & Chemicals Inc. and was instrumental in negotiating the sale of the Anhydrides product line to Lonza in 1995.
Phil earned a BS in Chemical Engineering at Columbia University and did graduate work in polymer chemistry at NYU where he was a research associate in the School of Applied Science. Simultaneously, Phil earned his MBA in Finance from NYU’s Stern School of Business.
Phil has served on the Board of the Society of Plastics Industries >’ Epoxy and Urethane Division. He has authored over a dozen technical papers and has been awarded multiple patents for anhydride, anti-corrosion, biodegradable polymer and fire retardant advances. He is also involved in community service and currently serves on his town’s environmental commission.
Jason Tuerack is co-owner and V.P. of Broadview Technologies Inc, a leading innovator of anhydride epoxy technology, non-hal flame retardants and anti-corrosion agents. He has been involved in the chemical industry since 1992.
Jason has presented papers for and has been involved in a wide variety of trade organizations, and has served as Conference Chairman for the Epoxy Resin Formulators Division of the Society of Plastics Industry.
He is a past President for the Thermoset Resin Formulators Association (TRFA) which is focused on promoting all types of thermoset resins in areas of high tech plastics. Jason received his B.A. from the University of Rochester and received his MBA from Zicklin School of Business