James Walker and Mary Dimauro
BENSENVILLE, Ill.—Luneau Technology USA is expanding its North American team with the addition of industry veterans James Walker and Mary DiMauro. Walker and DiMauro will serve as clinical application specialists (CAS) focusing on the Southern U.S. In this role, they will work closely with Luneau Technology’s growing customer development team to enhance their clinical education program across North America. Walker brings over 20 years of experience in ophthalmology to this role and has extensive involvement assisting in refractive and surgical procedures.

“With his background in various roles in the clinical setting, James is well positioned to be an effective partner to our customers,” said Milbien Medina, brand marketing director at Luneau Technology USA. “Mary’s years of clinical field experience will allow her to provide effective clinical training and support, technology demonstrations, and a personalized implementation plan for ECPs who embrace our sophisticated Visionix solutions.”

Walker began his career in the U.S. Navy based in Portsmouth, Va. There he led, trained and co-ordinated a team of 46 corpsmen serving as surgical specialists, clinical technicians, and equipment managers. After leaving the Navy, he joined Texas Regional Eye Center as an ophthalmic technician.

Before joining Luneau Technology, as clinical manager at the Ennen Eye Center in Fort Smith, Ark., he implemented a new business model for dry eye patients via Lipiscan, Lipiflow and Tear lab technology which increased the Center’s revenues.

DiMauro brings comprehensive experience from both practice and corporate settings to Luneau Technology. She previously worked as an ophthalmic technician performing refractions and administering diagnostic tests, most recently at an eyecare practice in Florida. Before this, she spent 11 years as a senior lead application specialist with an ophthalmic manufacturer, providing installations and training on advanced medical devices. DiMauro is a certified ophthalmic assistant.