Boris Levin ’94G ’97 MBA ’98 PhD is president and CEO of Mott Corp., which is expanding its footprint and adding jobs in Connecticut

A manufacturer of high-tech filter and fluid flow products, led by materials science and engineering alum Boris Levin ’94G ’97 MBA ’98 PhD, expects to hire 100 new employees as it expands operations in a new facility in Connecticut, according to a story in the Hartford Courant.

Mott Corp. “manufactures precision filtration systems and products for the computer, clean energy, medical technology and space exploration fields.” 

In remarks during a February 22 ceremony, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal highlighted the company as “an American success story” and an example of high-tech manufacturing that will give the United States a competitive advantage in the global economy. 

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo and Mott President and CEO Boris Levin

Levin, who holds master’s and doctoral degrees in materials science and engineering and an MBA from Lehigh, also discussed Mott’s employee-ownership model and the company’s investment in the local communities in the area surrounding its facilities in Farmington, Conn. 

Under Levin’s leadership as president and CEO, Mott has also been recognized with the President's "E" Award, the highest honor given to U.S. exporters. The company was one of 19 U.S. firms to receive the award in 2022.

Read the full story by Don R. Stacom on the Hartford Courant’s website.

Boris Levin, photo courtesy of Mott Corp.

Above: Lehigh MSE alum Boris Levin is president and CEO of Mott.

Inset: U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo presents the President’s “E” Award to Mott Corporation President and CEO, Boris Levin.

(Photos courtesy of Mott Corp.)