LSINC Corporation promotes three as part of company’s new growth plan

2018-03-22T16:39:38+00:00 March 19th, 2018|

HUNTSVILLE, AL, March 19, 2018 – LSINC Corporation has promoted three leaders in the company to new executive positions effective immediately. The announcement was made by CEO Alicia Ryan who stated, “with the rapid growth of the company’s engineering and product development group, it is necessary to build strong infrastructure to stay on pace with current growth while preparing for further expansion.”

Alisha Weldon has been named chief operations officer (COO). She had been the chief financial officer since 2016 after joining LSINC in 2012 as vice president of finance and operations. As COO, Weldon will continue to leverage her financial acumen and the strategies she helped put in place to maintain the company’s growth. In addition to providing focus on operational and financial excellence, she oversees human resources, information technology, contracts administration, and security.

James Bullington, Professional Engineer, is the chief technology officer (CTO). He joined LSINC in 2012 as director of engineering and was then promoted to vice president of engineering, prototyping and manufacturing. As CTO, Bullington will continue developing key relationships to advance growth in niche markets and focus on innovation in technology areas. He also is responsible for ensuring protection of the company’s intellectual property as it pertains to engineering and product development. Bullington holds more than eleven patents.

Shea Curry has been promoted to vice president of engineering and manufacturing. He joined LSINC in 2012 as senior mechanical engineer and director of manufacturing. As vice president, he is responsible for the design, development, prototyping, test, and manufacture of all client projects, overseeing the engineering team, machine shop, and production team. His quality and safety initiatives and best practices processes have enabled LSINC to increase operational efficiencies and enable growth.