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TranSystems Announces New Company Partners
TranSystems announces its newest company partners. These appointments recognize professionals who have made outstanding contributions to the company’s success and growth, have demonstrated in-depth industry knowledge and have proven the ability to work effectively across the organization. These individuals were nominated and accepted by TranSystems’ Board of Directors into new leadership positions and owners within the company.

 

Professionals recognized include:

 
Principals:
Bill Clark in the company’s Newark, N.J. office
Brian Fairwood in the company’s Schaumburg, Ill. office
Evan Lowell in the company’s Boston office

Master Professional:
Scott Darling in the company’s Boston office

Senior Associate:
Matt Gehman in the company’s Charleston, S.C. office

Senior Professionals:
Steve Shaup in the company’s Fort Lauderdale, Fla. office
Brian Metz in the company’s Columbus, Ohio office
Mike Lenett in the company’s Cincinnati office
Bryan Grom in the company’s Chicago office
Aaron Grilliot in the company’s Columbus, Ohio office
Jeff Stanko in the company’s Schaumburg, Ill. office
David Block in the company’s Schaumburg, Ill. office
Andrew Stanevicius in the company’s San Diego office
 Joe Sawtelle in the company’s Santa Ana, Calif. Office

Associates:
Brian Krul in the company’s Pittsburgh, Pa. office
Jamie Hamm in the company’s Kansas City, Mo. office
John Zimmermann in the company’s Kansas City, Mo. office
 

These promotions are part of an annual process determined by the firm’s partner performance and development committee, a committee formed in 2003 to refine the company’s leadership development standards by identifying a process for selecting future leaders and owners.

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