Cynthia Lewis has joined Bonded Logistics as Environmental Health & Safety Manager. She brings over 29 years of experience within the environmental health and safety field to Bonded. Previously, Lewis was Safety Specialist at Coty US LLC, where she ensured compliance with OSHA and NC Department of Labor by developing and implementing several sustainable systems for safety training, Process Safety Management, Behavior Based Safety System (BOSS) audits, incident investigations, and communication methods. Prior to that, as Safety Consultant for DuPont, she lead the Safety, Health, and Environmental Communications and Activity Team which managed and motivated a diverse workgroup to communicate safety messages and engaging employees in safe work practices on and off the job. Lewis started her career working in the Delaware State Fire Marshall Office where she held many roles including Technical Services and Acting Chief of Technical Services.
“Cynthia has been added to our staff to strengthen our environmental commitment and ensure that we continue to provide a safe and healthy work environment for our employees,” states Dave Jesse, Chief Operating Officer for Bonded Logistics.
Bonded also adds Kevin Gangadeen, a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the United States Air Force. Kevin will manage one of the Companies main campus warehouse. Prior to coming to Bonded, Kevin worked at Republic Services in Charlotte, NC and Ross Distribution Center in Rock Hill, SC. His last assignment was at the Pentagon, Washington D.C. where he served as the Deputy Director of the Integrated Lifecycle Management Division, in charge of developing and overseeing supply chain management, aircraft maintenance and distribution policies for the Air Force.
Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Miami and a master’s degree in management, from Troy State University, AL and an MBA from The Naval Postgraduate School, CA.
Bonded Logistics’ introduction of new corporate additions could be a prelude for greater expansion to come.