Welcoming the Newest Addition to PME

Teddy Lucena PME

Precision Measurement Engineering is thrilled to announce the latest addition to our team, Teddy Lucena. With nearly two decades of sales and management expertise, Teddy is joining us as the Sales Account Manager, spearheading our worldwide business development efforts.

Most recently prior to joining PME, Teddy spent several years as a senior account executive for Skyriver Communications. Previous to that, he worked for THG Sports and LifePro Financial.

Teddy holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California State University San Marcos, and is an avid volunteer for St. Vincent De Paul Village.

We hope you take a minute to get to know Teddy a little better through a brief introduction. Feel free to reach out to him if you have any questions about PME products, or want to go paddle boarding with him when you are in San Diego!

The Seafare Questionnaire

Q: What is your favorite marine animal, and why?

A: Sea Turtle because they look cool and aren’t as intimidating as a whale or a shark. Also fun fact: Riding currents that circle entire ocean basins, it is possible that juvenile loggerhead turtles cross the ocean several times during this period. They spend 7-12 years foraging the open ocean. Scientists are only recently beginning to learn where these turtles go and what they do during these “lost years.”


Q: What is your favorite body of water that you have ever visited, and why?

A: The Pacific, especially in Maui, the water is so clear and great for snorkeling


Q: What is your favorite recreational water activity (swimming, sailing, surfing, etc.)?

A: Stand up paddle boarding


Q: What is your favorite seafood to eat?

A: Albacore


Q: If you ever owned a boat, what would you name it?

A: Serenity


Q: What do you think is the most pressing issue regarding water as a resource in the world today?

A: Pollution


Q: Name one thing you hope to accomplish as an ambassador for PME in the technology and water industry.

A: Understanding and helping researchers with their studies so that water resources are better for future generations.