President and General Manager
Curtiss Sullivan assumed the role of President and General Manager of TransCor on January 01, 2013 after serving as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer since January of 2011. Mr. Sullivan joined TransCor in 2004 following a distinguished 22-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps. His service in the Marine Corps included assignments responsible for logistics, training and leadership development. Mr. Sullivan has extensive experience in logistics and support operations with a diverse range of transportation operational management theories and information systems.
Previous Work Experience
Ingram Book Group
Quality Control Supervisor, Ingram Industries (6 months)
Teller, Bank Of America (2 years)
Military Experience (U.S. Marine Corps / 22 years)
Senior Enlisted Advisor
Assistant Military Advisor/Instructor, U.S. Naval Academy
Assistant Logistics/Operations Officer
Traffic Management Coordinator
AA Business Management, University of Maryland
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Swinton joined TransCor in November 2012 after holding several positions at Corrections Corporations of America (TransCor America's parent company). Mike joined CCA in April of 2007 as the Assistant Warden at Stewart Detention Center, Lumpkin, GA and was promoted to Warden in October 2008. TransCor established its first defined service operation at Stewart in 2008, while Mike was serving as Assistant Warden at the facility. Mike came to CCA from the United States Marine Corps, where he most recently served as the Commanding Officer of Marine Base Brig, Camp Lejeune, NC. He is a 23-yar veteran of the United States Marines with a Corrections MOS, and he has served in various positions from Correctional Officer to Warden/Commanding Officer. With his experience in corrections in the Marine Corp and as Assistant Warden and Warden, Mike brings a great deal of knowledge about corrections to TransCor.
Military Experience (U.S. Marine Corps / 23 Years)
Commanding Office of Marine Base Brig, Camp Lejeune, NC
Walker L. Schul
Managing Director, Accounting & Budget Analysis
Mr. Schul joined TransCor in July of 2004 after holding several positions at Corrections Corporations of America. He joined TransCor as the Accounting Manager and was promoted to Director of Accounting in 2005. In his current role as Managing Director and Budget Analysis, Mr. Schul is responsible for all aspects of TransCor’s Finance department, including payroll, budget analysis, accounts receivable and accounts payable.
TransCor America, LLC
Director of Accounting
Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)
Senior Manager, Facility Accounting
Manager, Facility Accounting
Pentland Sports Group, LLC
BT Services Tennessee, Inc.
Proof and Control Analyst
Customer Service Liaison
BBA Harding University, Searcy, AR
Senior Director, Human Resources & Employee Development
Lisa Johnson came to TransCor in April of 2013 by way of parent company Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). She began her career in corrections in 1995 as a correctional officer at Bay Correctional Facility, and has held a variety of positions in her 18 plus years in corrections. Coming up through security, she was promoted to QA manager in 1999, and served a short stint as Unit Manager, before beginning her career in HR in 2007.
Her time in security and Quality Assurance has given Lisa a unique insight into the Human Resource field. From the beginning of her corrections career, Lisa focused on creating programs to improve her workplace.
She has been instrumental in developing and completing a number of special projects during her time at CCA. She developed compliance training tools and checklists specifically designed for the CCA Florida facilities, focused on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement regulations and the Department of Management Services contractual requirements. She served as a regional mentor and trainer for new HR Managers and has extensive experience with successfully facilitating a variety of audits; to include audits performed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the OFCCP, the Department of Management Services and the American Correctional Accreditation Commission.
Previous Work Experience
Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)
(Bay Correctional Facility; Lake City Correctional Facility; Graceville Correctional Facility)
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Associate of Science in Criminal Justice, Gulf Coast Community College
BSB Human Resource Management, Huntington University
Master's certificate in Human Resource, Villanova University
PHR, HR Certification Institute
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Instructor
Florida certified Correctional Professional
Managing Director, Ethics & Compliance
Internal Investigations, Risk Management, Employee Compliance
David Gray arrived at Transcor in 2011 after a successful career in the military, law enforcement and private sector investigations. David is a graduate of two Federal Bureau of Investigations crime scene schools, Class President of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy a host of other advanced investigative training schools as well as a former adjunct professor of Advanced Criminal Investigations and Antiterrorism for Central Texas College. In addition to combat tours of duty in Iraq with the 101st Airborne Division, David also led an antiterrorism team for the Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea, Operation Just Cause in Panama, Foreign VIP Security, international black market investigations as well as supervised a covert drug investigation team for the US Army. After 9/11, he voluntarily re-activated for service.
In more recent years, David has performed investigations and case management for insurance companies and corporations in the areas of worker's compensation, fraud, general liability and property & casualty claims. A graduate of Allstate's Attorney Represented Claims Casualty Course with continuing education in subrogation, negligence investigations and accident and incident reconstruction, David has worked closely with and testified in dozens of criminal and civil cases. He also spent three years teaching state and agency investigators the Labor Relations® Serious Incident Investigations Course; a course designed to conduct workplace investigations of a civil or administrative nature. As a side note, David has also served as Director of Risk Services and Operations Management for a local, Nashville company.
David holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice Administration and a Degree in Biblical Studies. The former secretary of the Nashville Claims Association, he is a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans (currently a chapter service officer), a Life Member of the 101st Airborne Association, the American College of Forensic Examiners (Certified Forensic Examiner), the Worldwide Association of Professional Investigator's and, in 2103, formed a non-profit as Executive Director which assists families with missing persons cases and cold-crime cases.