Jeff Soinski, Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Soinski joined Unisyn in September 2009 concurrent with its formation by Galen Partners, a leading healthcare private equity firm. Until its acquisition by C.R. Bard in 2008, Mr. Soinski was President and CEO of Specialized Health Products International, Inc., a publicly traded manufacturer and marketer of proprietary safety medical products and a Galen portfolio company. During his tenure, Specialized Health Products ranked three consecutive years in the top half of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America, and was twice named one of the fastest growing companies in Utah on the MountainWest Capital Network Utah 100 list. In 2008, Mr. Soinski was named “Utah CEO of the Year” for small public companies by Utah Business magazine. Prior to Specialized Health Products, Mr. Soinski was President and CEO of ViroTex Corporation, a venture-backed pharmaceutical company that sold to Atrix Laboratories, Inc. in 1998. Mr. Soinski holds a BA degree from Dartmouth College.
Daniel Faath, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Faath is responsible for Unisyn’s financial and administrative activities, including accounting, tax, treasury, financial planning and analysis, mergers and acquisitions, internal and external financial and operational reporting, risk management, information technology and human resources. In addition to his CFO responsibilities, Mr. Faath oversees supply chain and repair depot operations. Prior to joining Unisyn in 2010, he served as Vice President of Finance at Chamberlin Edmonds & Associates, a healthcare revenue cycle services company and a former Galen Partners’ portfolio company. His experience also includes finance and operational roles with GMAC Commercial Finance and Nortel Networks. Mr. Faath is a Certified Public Accountant and a CFA Charterholder. He received his BA in Economics from Michigan State University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Georgia Tech.
Christopher Cone, President of Clinical Services Group
Mr. Cone founded Echoserve, Inc. in 2005 and served as Echoserve’s Chief Executive Officer until its acquisition by Unisyn in September 2009. Prior to founding Echoserve, he was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Sonora Medical Systems. Mr. Cone’s career in diagnostic imaging dates back to 1996, having held senior sales positions at Vicor Corporation and Colorado MEDtech prior to joining Sonora. Mr. Cone received his BS in Finance from Santa Clara University and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from San Jose State University.
Rebecca Whitney, Chief Marketing Officer
Ms. Whitney is an accomplished marketing executive with extensive experience in brand and product marketing, customer focused product development, and strategic portfolio management. Prior to Unisyn, Ms. Whitney served as Director of Global Marketing at Covidien, where she led the global commercialization efforts of the leading growth initiative for Covidien’s Energy-based Devices division. Before Covidien, Ms. Whitney was Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Specialized Health Products International, Inc., a Galen Partners portfolio company sold to C.R. Bard in 2008. Her early career was spent at BD Medical Systems (Becton Dickinson) in a variety of marketing and product management leadership roles. Ms. Whitney holds a BS in Communication and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Utah.
Julie Morris, Senior Vice President of Quality Assurance/Regulatory Affairs and Engineering
Ms. Morris has held leadership positions in design engineering, product safety, quality, and regulatory compliance in companies manufacturing medical devices, juvenile products, and consumer products. Ms. Morris is certified by the American Society for Quality as a Quality Engineer, Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence, Quality Auditor, and Biomedical Auditor. She is also a certified Regulatory Affairs Professional (RAC). Ms. Morris received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma.
Jim Spearman, Vice President of Service Operations
Mr. Spearman joined Unisyn in January 2012 and leads Service Operations including Field Service, Logistics and National Tech Support. Prior to joining Unisyn, Mr. Spearman spent 10 years with GE Healthcare leading Commercial Operations, Imaging Field Service Teams in the Chicago and Western U.S. markets, Lean/SixSigma transformation, Service Leadership Training & Development and Service Operations Program Management. Early in his career, he spent nine years in Field Sales, progressing through the ranks to Sales Manager and Product Development Manager with Bayer Corporation, Morton International and National Materials. He has been recognized for outstanding Leadership, Growth, Change Management, Operational Excellence, and holds several certificates in these areas including Miller-Heiman Instructor, Change Acceleration Process, and Lean/SixSigma. Mr. Spearman holds a B.S. Degree in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.
James Ginther, Vice President of Engineering
Mr. Ginther is responsible for the leadership and management of Unisyn’s Engineering group, including all sustaining and development engineering activities. Prior to Unisyn, Mr. Ginther led probe repair engineering and operations at one of Unisyn’s legacy companies, Sonora Medical Systems. Throughout his 10 year career in ultrasound diagnostic imaging, Mr. Ginther has been instrumental in the development of the modern probe repair approach and has helped shape the market by creating repair processes that are now considered standard practice in the industry. Mr. Ginther was involved in the design and development of most of Unisyn’s proprietary products, including the FirstCall Probe Testing Device, the Nickel, the iTest Universal Adapter, and the Optimal Phantom. Mr. Ginther has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland at Baltimore County.