Optellios Appoints Stacey Turnbull, Manager, Marketing Communications


Optellios Appoints Stacey Turnbull, Manager, Marketing Communications

Newtown, PA – [December 19, 2012]– Optellios, Inc., an American owned, U.S. based developer and manufacturer of advanced fiber-optic sensing and security systems, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Stacey Turnbull as Marketing Communications Manager. Turnbull brings more than five years of experience to Optellios and will be responsible for implementing strategic marketing plans, initiating a Partner Program, and managing the marketing, branding and communications efforts, with the goal of building brand awareness and lead generation.

Originally from to Drexel Hill, PA, Turnbull is a Cabrini College graduate of 2007 earning a degree in English and Communication. Most recently, she was a Marketing Specialist for NaviNet, Inc., in Boston, MA, and prior to that was a Provider Communications Project Coordinator at Independence Blue Cross.

Kevin Bradley, Sr. Vice President, welcomes the new addition to the Optellios team saying, “Stacey’s experience and past success in marketing communications is a tremendous asset to our organization and customers. She brings a great deal of enthusiasm to the company and has hit the ground running.”

Turnbull is also excited about her new role at Optellios, saying, “I couldn’t be happier to be working with the great team at Optellios. I am excited to learn as much as I can about the company as well as the security industry. This opportunity will allow me to use the marketing and customer management skill set I have acquired in the past and will also challenge me to grow in my career.”

About Optellios Inc.

Optellios, Inc., a leading U.S.-based fiberoptic technology company, is a provider of advanced solutions for sensing, security, and communication. Its FiberPatrol® line of security products leverages company's pioneering patented fiberoptic sensor technologies to provide the most advanced and cost effective security solutions for military bases, airports, power plants, water treatment facilities, pipelines, secure data networks, and other critical infrastructures and high-value assets. For more information, visit www.optellios.com.

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