Distinguished Service Award: Serving Beyond the Standard

2019-04-25T16:29:41+00:00 April 25th, 2019|

LSINC Corporation CEO, Alicia Ryan, was awarded the 2018 Distinguished Service Award at the 83rd Annual Membership Meeting on February 6, 2019. The Huntsville/Madison County Chamber presented this honor to “the community’s most dedicated and deserving volunteer.”

Ryan’s innovative leadership strategies at LSINC are perpetuated beyond the company as she applies LSINC’s core values to the community. Ryan’s recognition comes largely from her involvement with Alabama School for Cyber Technology and Engineering, a statewide magnet school approved by the Legislature in 2018. She is the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the school as well as the Chair of the Board of the Foundation supporting the school.

Along with the recognition for her own work, Ryan accepted a $10,000 donation from the Chamber’s outgoing Board Chair Gary Bolton, on behalf of ADTRAN. The funds will allow the school to train local and statewide next-generation cyber and engineering professionals and prepare them to enter the workforce. Scheduled to open in fall 2020, the enrollment for the magnet school with a cyber technology focus is targeted at 350 7-12th grade students, approximately half of which will live on campus. This school shares LSINC’s goal to bring cutting edge ideas to reality and combine’s Ryan’s personal mission to enrich the lives of those around her.

LSINC’s leadership team, led by Ryan, is a dedicated team of innovators that lead by serving, both professionally and personally.

Pictured below: Ryan receiving the award from Mr. Bolton and celebrating with her family at the 83rd Annual Membership Meeting of the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber.

To learn more about Alicia Ryan, LSINC CEO, check out her bio page on our website, or view the Chamber’s Distinguished Service Award announcement.