Fun Fact: When I was a kid, I wanted to become a pilot when I grew up. Unfortunately, I started losing my 20/20 vision at age 11 and started wearing glasses. At that time in my home country, 20/20 vision without corrective lenses was a requirement for pilots, so I did not get to fulfill my dream… well until much later. I earned my Sport Pilot certificate in 2011 and my Private Pilot certificate in 2013.
- ALM, Management, Harvard University
- PhD, Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, University of Washington
- MS, Chemical Engineering, University of California, Davis
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Fettah Kosar is the Global Head of Facilities and Laboratory Operations at Dewpoint, where his overarching goal is to help create and nurture a safe, efficient, creative, collaborative, and fun workspace for all to enjoy and get inspired by, so they can produce their best.
Fettah brings to Dewpoint 20 years of strong and diverse leadership, operations, training, and technical work experience. His background spans bioengineering, chemical engineering, nanotechnology, operations, and technology entrepreneurship. His focus during his PhD studies and postdoctoral work concentrated on developing microfluidic devices for miniaturizing and parallelizing cellular and biomolecular assays.
During his ten years of work at Harvard University, Fettah played a wide variety of roles, including technical, managerial, educational, and scientific. Before joining Dewpoint, Fettah was at Indigo Ag, where he helped expand their operations from 55 to over 1100 employees and to multiple sites in the U.S. as well as across the globe.