“Shark Tank” Inventor Named Vice President of United Inventors Association

Posted On:Jan 18, 2022

Christopher Guerrera, “King of Manufacturing,” Brings Expertise to International Non-Profit Inventor Organization

Understanding and succeeding at the inventor process is a unique accomplishment. The United Inventors Association of America (UIA) is proud to announce that Christopher Guerrera has joined the Board of Directors as Vice President.

“Chris is a go-getter extraordinaire,” notes Carmine Denisco, UIA President. “When it comes to getting the job done, growing a brand and working hand-in-hand with inventors through the process, he is a top-notch addition to the UIA Board. We look forward to seeing tremendous growth in membership, initiatives and sponsorships with Chris’ expertise.”

An accomplished executive with over 35 years experience as a mechanical engineer, he has successfully led multiple teams through new product launches. Guerrera received national media attention when featured on ABC-TV’s “Shark Tank” in 2021. He is the host of the “Made in America” podcast and has been featured on “Good Morning America” and “MAKE48.” He is the Founder/CEO of PACE Systems.

He was instrumental in BMW’s BMW Z3 and X5 interior group success. Guerrera was awarded the JD Powers and Associates Best in Class Quality Award from BMW. 

With a mission of empowering inventors through education, access and advocacy, the 501c3 UIA has been dedicated to providing resources to the inventing community, while encouraging honest and ethical business practices among industry service providers.

Guerrera will oversee the new UIA Advisory Board which will help to grow the organization and support ongoing and new group initiatives all with the goal of being a resource to the inventor community at large.

“It is an honor to join such an exclusive team helping guide inventors through the complicated process of deciding if they should launch or license their product. The UIA offers a diversified team willing to support the mission and lead the efforts to change the industry by educating the inventor,” said Guerrera. “I am excited to take on this new challenge as the Vice President and look forward to bringing new structure to the team.”

Guerrera holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire. He is a Lean 6 Sigma Master Black Belt. He resides in Simpsonville, South Carolina.

For more information on local inventor’s clubs and securing free membership in the United Inventors Association, visit www.UIAUSA.orgThe UIA began as an outreach program to inventors for the United States Patent Office (USPTO).

UIA membership is 100% free!