Reorganization at High Cotton

High Cotton, an Irondale-based document outsourcing firm specializing in the financial and healthcare industries, recently announced completion of a management restructuring.

Tommy McGahey stepped into the role of chief executive officer and Griffin McGahey was promoted to president.

Jeremy Wood was promoted to chief technology officer and will oversee the infrastructure and development of internal and external software and web development. Victoria VanCura-Rutland was promoted to chief growth officer. Her role will be to connect the relationship process between marketing, sales and project management.

Jeremiah Blackmon was hired as chief financial officer, where he will manage the accounting, compliance and human resource teams. Gerald Pettway was hired as chief operations officer. He will oversee the day to day operations.

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“Jeremy, Victoria, Jeremiah and Gerald bring decades of experience and diverse backgrounds to High Cotton, which will play a vital role in helping us reach our current and future strategic goals,” said Griffin McGahey, president of the company. “We look forward to the new roster of High Cotton executives leading our existing talented and energetic management team and associates toward not only meeting but exceeding these goals as we strive to grow and scale the organization further to best provide sustained excellence in the delivery of print and digital documents.”

Started as a traditional mail house more than 50 years ago, High Cotton is a data driven company that helps the banking and healthcare industries with payment technology and customer communications.

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