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Jeff Lackey Named TranSystems Upper Midwest Regional Sales Leader
Jeff Lackey has been named Upper Midwest Regional Sales Leader for TranSystems Corp., a consulting firm that provides engineering and architecture solutions to the transportation marketplace. Lackey has been with the firm for more than 16 years in the Wichita office serving as a successful Client Manager and Area Leader.

In his new role, Lackey will be responsible for business development and sales in TranSystems’ St. Louis, Kansas City, Wichita, and Independence offices.

“Jeff has proven himself as both an operations leader and successful client manager, developing new clients in several different Market Sectors and services TranSystems provides,” said Brett Letkowski, Principal and Senior Vice President with TranSystems. “I am excited to see how Jeff will elevate the role of the Regional Sales Leader.”

Lackey is a licensed Professional Engineer in Kansas and Oklahoma. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Kansas State University. Lackey is an active participant in the Wichita Downtown Rotary Club, Kansas Society of Professional Engineers, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Lackey also serves as a co-chair for the Blueprint for Regional Economic Growth’s Transportation and Logistics Sector, an organization focused on economic growth and job creation in the South Central Kansas region.
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