Static Systems Group appoints new MD
Static Systems Group, the Midlands-headquartered manufacturer of of nurse call, fire alarm and prison alarm, staff attack alarm, and medical trunking systems, has announced the appointment of Rosie Cunningham Thomas as its new managing director.
She has more than 20 years’ strategic and operational leadership in global corporates, SMEs, and start-ups. Over the past 12 years, she has specialised in ‘leading and scaling early stage, innovation-driven health technology companies, through critical growth stages to full commercialisation and clinically evidenced market acceptance’.
Rosie Cunningham Thomas has prior medical CEO experience at Episurf Medical AB, ToHealth, and FreeHand 2010, and prior to her business leadership roles, she held several senior commercial positions at Bard BD and Smiths Industries’ medical division. Most recently, she was the CEO at NuVision Biotherapies, a leading regenerative medicine company which develops life-saving biomaterials.
Discussing her new role, she said: “I am delighted to be joining Static Systems Group (SSG) as it starts its next growth phase as part of Halma plc. The Turner family legacy is impressive, and together as SSG, we can honour this legacy while building for the future, creating sustainable and lasting value.”
The new SSG MD is a dual UK/US national, having emigrated to the UK to marry her English husband. She is a pharmacist, and earned a pharmacy degree from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and studied business management at the University of Pennsylvania. She will be based out of the SSG facility in Wolverhampton.