HOUSTON, June 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — ION Geophysical Corporation (NYSE: IO) today announced the election of Ms. Tina Wininger to its Board of Directors, and her appointment to the Audit Committee of the Board, effective June 7, 2019. Ms. Wininger is currently Controller at Next Wave Energy Partners. She is a successful corporate executive with over 20 years’ experience in energy, spanning upstream, midstream and downstream sectors as well as petrochemicals. While her primary responsibility has been public company accounting and reporting, Ms. Wininger has also participated in establishing corporate vision, strategy and goals as a member of senior management, and been instrumental in realizing those goals in various ways including the integration of numerous acquired businesses and related capital raising activities. Ms. Wininger holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Tulane University.
“On behalf of ION and our Board of Directors, I am pleased to welcome Ms. Wininger to the Board,” said Jay Lapeyre, Chairman of the Board. “Ms. Wininger brings a wealth of industry knowledge, financial acumen and management experience to the team. She joins ION at a pivotal moment and we look forward to her contribution to ION as we embrace digitalization and harness data to empower smarter decision-making.”
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