Crosslin and its sister company, Crosslin Technologies, have added to its information technology and operations teams. Russ Cate joins as a systems analyst and Melody McCoy is now the director of first impressions.
With nearly 20 years of experience in network and server installation and maintenance, Cate comes to Crosslin Technologies after spending two decades in the United States Army. He most recently served as senior signal chief for the Army, and had previously worked as a signal systems support specialist at numerous locations throughout the country. Cate attended Central Texas College and completed multiple education courses while in the military.
McCoy brings 36 years of administrative and operational experience to her new position. She most recently worked as a legal assistant for Howard Mobley Hayes & Gontarek in Nashville, and has also served as a content editor for LifeWay Christian Resources. McCoy received her bachelor’s degree from Carson-Newman University and her master’s degree in education from the George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University.