Management Team

Our company is passionate about providing a way for people to acquire and use planet-friendly plastic products made from renewable resources.

BioLogiQ’s management team is driven by our vision of a world free of pollution caused by plastic packaging.

As a company, we encourage our clients to think outside the boundaries of traditional compounding and converting of plastics. Doing so enables our customers to achieve the highest levels of planet friendliness by developing innovative solutions that precisely meet their needs, to achieve their business objectives and sustainability goals, and grow their brand equity.

With NuPlastiQ® inside, our clients can be confident that they are helping reduce the negative impact of fossil-based plastics.

Our management team is comprised of experienced, focused, and highly motivated individuals who are dedicated to delivering customer satisfaction, quality leadership, innovation technology, and value.


Steven Sherman

Chief Executive Officer

Steve joined BioLogiQ with a wealth of high-tech scale-up, production, and operations experience. This included C-Suite stints with high technology startups including Coactive, Inc., Aptage, and HZO, Inc. He also spent 18 years with Hirata Corporation of America, lastly as Vice President of their Light Assembly Division.

Steve holds an MBA from Westminster College and received his BA in Japanese/Asian Studies from Brigham Young University.

David Parker

Chief Financial Officer

David is a seasoned entrepreneur, operator, and advisor who brings over 40 years of global financial and business management experience across a myriad of industries. He is a highly respected and skilled financial and investment manager and has extensive experience helping successfully scale technology companies. David is a Partner with SRS Capital Partners, a boutique private equity and advisory partnership, and also Co-Founder and CEO of SRS Family Office Partners.

David holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Brigham Young University.

Ken Kramer

President & CTO

Ken drove innovation for Hill-Rom and Hillenbrand for over 14 years at which point he became Vice President of R&D for Early Light Industrial, a privately held large-scale original equipment manufacturer of toys, consumer, and healthcare products. He has worked for Early Light for over 10 years and most recently as Director of New Business Development on plant-based Biomaterials and products. Ken’s intellectual patent portfolio includes over 100 patents from around the world.

Ken holds a B.S., A.S., in Industrial Technology and Computer-Integrated Design from Ball State University.

Shigenobu Miura, PhD

Vice President – Innovation

Dr. Miura is a polymer expert specializing in the fields of chemical engineering, bioengineering, biotechnology, microbiology and plant operations. His professional career has been spent primarily at Musashino Chemical Laboratory and he served as President of Musashino Bio Recycle Company from 2006 to 2010.

​Dr. Miura received a bachelor’s of Chemical Engineering from Tokyo University and a Ph.D. from the Gifu University School of Agricultural Science.

Linda Lee

Managing Director, Asia

Linda joined BioLogiQ Asia as the Vice President of Responsible Sourcing in 2019. She has broad work experience in business development, manufacturing, and vocational education. Prior to joining the company, she held senior positions in corporate and human resources management.

Linda holds a BA in Economics and Sociology from the University of Toronto, and a MSc from the University of Leicester.

Derek Perry

General Counsel

– General Counsel since April 2019
– M&A, start-up and venture financing
– Technology regulatory compliance.
– Parr Brown Gee & Loveless/
– Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to the Hon. N. Randy Smith.


Don Allen, PhD

Technical and Scientific Consultant

Don Allen recently retired as Chief Scientific Officer of BioLogiQ. Don has over 30 years of experience in the research and development of high technology products, including 25 years of managing these activities. At Texas Instruments, Crystal Technology, CTS Communications Components, and Toko, he led the development and patenting of numerous technological advancements. By implementing lean methods to design engineering, he improved design speed-to-market and reduced cost for material and product development.

Dr. Allen has a B.S. in Physics from the University of Oregon, and an M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from Brigham Young University.