( LMRA) named former
executive Kimberly D.C. Trapp to its board.
The Bothell, Wash., nanotech outfit said Trapp has been industry liaison officer of Lehigh University's Center of Optical Technologies since 2003. Previously she served as the marketing operations director at Agere.
"I am personally delighted to welcome Kim to our board," said CEO Tom Mino.
Lumera shares, which quintupled in October, started November with a 28-cent gain to $9.02.