Allen Arseneau

Allen Arseneau

Entrepreneur and Manufacturing Engineer Allen Arseneau

Currently employed at NELSA, Inc

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Previous: Stanford University Graduate School Of Business, Northeastern Illinois University



    Allen Arseneau has worked for nearly 15 years building a successful career as an entrepreneur and manufacturing engineer. Laying the foundation for his future endeavors, he earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) in chemical engineering from Northeastern University before accepting a position as a pharmaceutical process engineer with ArQule, Inc., in Medford, Massachusetts. In this role, Allen Arseneau developed new systems to increase the production and quality of pharmaceutical compounds. Moreover, he led several process-modifying projects that successfully reduced the firm’s annual costs by over $140,000 and reduced product solvent loss by more than 80%, resulting in improved consistency and higher quality products. Subsequently, Allen Arseneau earned a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Stanford University, and leveraged his engineering experience to serve as project manager and international business development associate with real estate firm Agassi Graf Development, LLC. In addition to creating financial models, he oversaw all facets of development projects and helped the firm’s executives revise business strategies. In 2013, Allen Arseneau founded NELSA Products, Inc., to develop consumer products that help improve the quality of life for aging adults. As president, he oversees a variety of company operations, ranging from writing patents to meeting with company investors. Outside of his professional pursuits, Mr. Arseneau enjoys taking his daughter hiking and camping, and following the Boston Red Sox. An active member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, he serves as a Big Brother for a local child in need.





From 2013 to Present

VP Operations


From January 2009 to January 2013

Pharmaceutical Process Engineer

At ArQule, Inc

From March 2002 to June 2004