Stack Infrastructure hires Donna Lynch as VP of Environment, Health, and Safety
STACK INFRASTRUCTURE has appointed Donna Lynch to Vice President of Environment, Health, and Safety.
The company said she will help enhance STACK’s culture of safety and ensure engagement across Company employees, clients, suppliers, and partners. She will directly report to Brian Cox, STACK’s Chief Executive Officer.
Lynch is an executive in health, safety, and risk management, with over 20 years of engineering safety experience in critical industries.
“STACK starts and ends each day with a focus on safety and our environment. Safety in design, construction, and operations is easily our top priority, which is why we’re overjoyed to have Donna join STACK,” said Cox.
“As the company expands, Donna’s leadership and experience are critical. Not only is she a leader in the EHS field, but she is also a great person who will only add to our great culture.”
She most recently led Antea Group’s Data Centre Health and Safety Practice, where she implemented programs for health and safety practices, provided EHS consulting, developed training programs, and built strategic systems of safety for hyperscale and colocation providers.
“I am delighted to join STACK at a critical junction in its growth,” said Lynch.
“As we design, deliver, and operate more capacity across our key regions and beyond, it is more important than ever to work with our employees, contractors, subcontractors, and even subcontractors of subcontractors to create the safest work environment possible throughout the supply chain.”
Lynch’s announcement comes on the heels of STACK’s recent round of capital financing. The company said it is committed to building and delivering flexible critical infrastructure solutions that support the complex requirements of enterprise and hyperscale deployments.
STACK provides digital infrastructure and delivers a comprehensive suite of wholesale build-to-suit, colocation, and powered shell solutions in eight markets: Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; New Albany, Ohio; Northern Virginia; Portland, Oregon; Phoenix, Arizona; and Silicon Valley, California.