TDX Appoints Tina Woods as Chief Administrative Officer
TDX Corporation, announced that Tina Woods, PhD, has been appointed as Chief Administrative Officer. In her new role, Woods will be responsible for overall leadership of the TDX Support Services Center, providing internal and inter-department support for the executive team, accounting, human resources, and information technology departments.
Prior to joining TDX Corporation, Woods earned a wealth of experience in public and behavioral health administration. She was most recently senior director community health services for Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and is a licensed clinical psychologist, practicing for Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium in 2015.
TDX CEO Ron Philemonoff states, “We are pleased to have someone of Tina’s ability and background to help our company grow internally to meet the needs of expansion worldwide.” The scope and magnitude of our various enterprises and contracts requires someone of unique ability to organize and focus on best practices delivery in all that we do. I look forward to Tina joining our executive team, and the momentum she will bring in developing innovative solutions for our changing workforce, and the customers we serve.”
Philemonoff says that TDX is transforming the way TDX is boosting efficiencies and services for customers located on four continents. “Throughout my career, I’ve watched us grow to the point that I look forward to boosting our mission, our quality of service delivery, and improving productivity here at TDX.” Woods will be critical in her new role as chief administrative officer in pursuing this growth.
Woods will work at TDX Corporate headquarters and will reside in Anchorage with her family. She serves on the Board of Directors of Alaska Pacific University and numerous health and public outreach associations.
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