Mary CunneyChief Communications Officer
Mary Cunney is Chief Communications Officer for Nanotronics, an industrial inspection company that has redefined factory control through the invention of a platform that combines AI, automation, and sophisticated imaging to detect flaws and waste in the manufacturing process.
Mary oversees Marketing and Communications and is responsible for communicating the company narrative and advocating corporate reputation through internal, external, executive, and stakeholder communications.
She brings a tremendous amount of experience to Nanotronics, having led media and partnership teams’ initiatives for clients across industries from healthcare and technology to luxury goods. Most recently, Mary was a Senior Vice President in Ogilvy’s New York office and held previous posts with Edelman, IPG, and Publicis. Mary has worked with hospitals, technology companies, pharmaceutical companies, non-profit and government organizations, and corporations and their executives on several announcements, crisis communications issues, and strategic positioning and marketing platforms.
Mary joined Nanotronics on the heels of a massive expansion, as they are building New York’s first Smart Factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. This new facility will allow Nanotronics’ artificial intelligence researchers, computer scientists, chemists, and physicists to work directly with skilled machinists on the manufacturing floor to develop innovations that will lead partner industries to a smaller factory footprint, producing less waste while bolstering speed from R&D to production. Nanotronics’ new facility is projected to be completed by Q2/Q3 2020 and aims to serve as the blueprint for modern manufacturing.
Mary lends pro-bono support to Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education, the oldest Settlement House serving the Hispanic Community in the South Bronx, the Nation’s poorest Congressional District. She is an Ambassador to Pioneer Works, a cultural Arts and Science Center in Redhook, Brooklyn. Mary is also a member Renaissance Weekend where she is invited participant to moderate and speak on panels annually. She earned a BA in English Literature from Roanoke College in Salem, VA.Back to Team