IRON MOUNTAIN - Jayne McQuillan has been named to the corporate board of directors for CCI Systems, a start-to-finish solutions provider for communication networks.
"Our board of directors is a highly valued source of advice, governance, and leadership and I'm enthused to increase that substantially as Jayne joins the team," said John Jamar, president and chief executive officer of CCI Systems.
McQuillan, with more than 27 years of experience in public accounting and public and private business operations, joins CCI's board to provide input and governance of the company and ultimately, oversee corporate growth and profitability.
"Joining CCI's Board is both an honor and a privilege. The corporate values and vision for growth are aligned with who I am as a person and a professional. I look forward to being part of CCI's future success," noted McQuillan.
Throughout her years of working with and for Fortune 500 public companies, privately held businesses, family owned businesses and non-profit organizations, McQuillan has helped organizations transform their business processes and procedures and develop leadership for increased growth and profitability.
Currently, McQuillan, a certified public accountant (CPA), owns and operates her own business, Journey Consulting LLC. Her focus lies within corporate turnarounds, due diligence on acquisitions, bank financing, financial and operational improvement, strategic planning and execution, coaching and development of executives, management individuals and teams, and change and performance management.
McQuillan's past employers and partners have included companies within the manufacturing, contracting, service and business consulting industries such as, Price Waterhouse (currently Pricewaterhouse Coopers), Terex Corporation, Shinners, Hucovski & Company (currently Schenck Solutions), Com-Tec, Inc., Galloway Company and Utech Consulting.
McQuillan, earned her MBA from Concordia University in Mequon, Wis. She is a past board member of Alliance Industries and presently sits on the boards of Velocity Machine and Howard Suamico Education Foundation. She resides in Green Bay, Wis.