Trinity Video Communications expands Louisville team with additional focus on Healthcare
Trinity announces the addition of three team members in their Louisville office. Stephen Gotlieb, IT Director; Barry Elliot, Healthcare Sales Executive; and Gary Farmer, Marketing and Sales Executive all joined the team this May.
Stephen Gotlieb comes to Trinity from GE Healthcare, where he most recently served as Director of Support and Product Services. Stephen has a great deal of experience in IT project management. Additionally, he served in the US Army for nine years where developed his leadership skills as an armor Platoon Leader. He has a BS in Business Administration from the University of Vermont. Stephen will lead our technology projects including development of Trinity’s Healthcare products, digital signage and custom kiosk applications, custom audio/video solutions and unified communications projects.
Barry Elliot has over 25 years of healthcare related sales experience. Most of Barry’s career has been spent in the pharmaceutical industry, where he developed solid relationships with a wide variety of healthcare providers in the region. Barry has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the University of Kentucky. In his new role, Barry will be focusing his efforts on Trinity’s healthcare solutions, including the mobile telemedicine station, which is a low-cost alternative to traditional telemedicine solutions.
Gary Farmer is a respected sales and marketing professional with broad experiences at both a local and national level. Most recently, he served as Director of Strategic Growth for Vimarc, a Louisville-based advertising agency. Gary has a BS in Management from Indiana Wesleyan and was a member of the 2010 class of the Louisville Healthcare Fellows Program. Gary will lead Trinity’s marketing efforts and will continue to develop new business opportunities in the Healthcare and private sectors.
Each of these new team members brings significant experience to Trinity that will allow us to continue to expand our business into new markets.