OpTech Appoints Gary Corbin as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development


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OpTech, a Troy-based IT, engineering, healthcare, and financial solutions provider, has announced Gary Corbin as executive vice president of corporate development. Corbin will responsible for enterprise strategies and further developing the company's portfolio of accounts.

 

“We are excited to announce the addition of Gary to OpTech’s executive team,” says Ronia Kruse, president and CEO of OpTech. “His extensive experience in technology and finance complement OpTech’s outstanding customer service as we continue to expand to meet the needs of our growing customer base.”

 

Corbin has more than 25 years of experience in growing businesses and leading teams towards long-term success. Prior to joining OpTech Corbin held leadership roles for Accenture, Arthur Andersen, EDS, Deloitte, and Chase Bank.

 

Corbin has served on numerous boards including Marketing and Sales Executives of Detroit, Detroit Economic Club, Detroit Regional Economic Partnership, Crime Stoppers of Michigan, and The Greenbrier Resort Medical Clinic Advisory Council.

 
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