President and General Manager
Curt is responsible for overall leadership and management of TransCor. His expertise is in logistics and strategic operations with a diverse knowledge of transportation management theories and information systems. Curt joined TransCor in 2004 following a distinguished 22-year career in the United States Marine Corps, which included a focus in transportation, logistics, and leadership development. He was named President and General Manager in 2013, after serving as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Curt is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in Business Management.
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Mike oversees TransCor’s assets and day-to-day operations. His leadership draws upon his years of experience in the field of corrections and military service. Mike’s military career spans more than two decades, with a focus in corrections. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, which included serving as the Commanding Officer of Marine Base Brig, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Mike joined TransCor in 2012 following a distinguished career with CoreCivic (then Corrections Corporations of America) where he served as Assistant Warden and Warden.
Managing Director, Ethics & Compliance
David is responsible for Internal Investigations, Risk Management, Legal Matters and Public Information. Additionally, he offers expertise in labor relations, worker’s compensation, general liability and serious incident investigations. David joined TransCor in 2011 following a successful career in the military, law enforcement and security; including combat tours in Iraq with the 101st Airborne Division. David holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice Administration, FBI Crime Scene School and a degree in Biblical Studies.
Managing Director, Accounting & Budget Analysis
Walker provides management of TransCor’s financial performance, with a focus on payroll, budget and customer accounts. He is responsible for all aspects of TransCor’s finance department. Walker earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He joined the company in 2004, after 4 years as an Accounting Manager with CoreCivic, then Corrections Corporation of America.
Managing Director, Fleet Management & DOT Compliance
Dave leads TransCor in maintaining high standards in fleet operations through safety and quality control initiatives. He joined the company in 2009 after a nearly two decade long career with CoreCivic (then Corrections Corporation of America), where he focused on compliance and safety measures. David is an authorized OSHA instructor, an auditor for the American Correctional Association (ACA) and has served on the National Fire Protection Administration Committee on Correctional and Detention Occupancies.
Senior Director, Logistics and Planning
James is responsible for supervising all logistics, trip planning and trip management. His operational analysis knowledge helps ensure inmate travel is cost effective and performed with the greatest efficiencies of people and resources. Additionally, James analyses the data to identify future TransCor service opportunities. He joined the company in 2005 upon his graduation from the University of Tennessee with a BS in Logistics and Transportation.
Amy is responsible for the direct oversight and management of TransCor payroll, general ledger accounts, fixed assets and assists in preparing financial statements, reports and executive summaries. She joined the company in 2009 as a Staff Accountant. Prior to TransCor, Amy provided accounting services to Smoky Mountain Mental Health, The Kroger Company and Healthways. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree in Accounting from Missouri Western State University.
Director, Human Resources
Tim works with federal and state organizations to interpret and ensure employment compliance within our multi-state organization. He joined TransCor in 2004 following a career in the U.S. Marine Corps., and offers experience in human resource management, accounting, logistics, recruiting, safety, and staff development and training. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science in Business degree from the University of Phoenix.
Director, Transportation Clinical Services
Vivian is responsible for providing medical oversight via assessment and triage for transportation of all inmates and/or detainees. Evaluation of inmates' medical condition and clearance is an integral component of Vivian's everyday responsibilities. Serving as TransCor's Health Authority, she joined TransCor in 2015 and brings more than 30 years of nursing and leadership experience; which includes service in the US Army Reserves, correctional nursing, traditional hospitals, rehabilitation and long-term care facilities. Vivian holds a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing (BSN) from the University of Phoenix.
Director, Policy & Quality Assurance
Randall's professional background is comprised of many public and private sector endeavors including, retired US Army Military Policeman with 21 years active service, Director of Training for a federal law enforcement and corrections training facility, and a subject matter expert serving both overseas and within the Unite States. Randall began his career with TransCor America in 2013 as a Field Office Supervisor in New Mexico and has since transferred to the Central Office in Nashville, Tennessee, as Security Manager. In 2017 Randall was selected as the Director of Policy & Quality Assurance where he uses his experience and training to ensure TransCor maintains the high standards for which it is known by our customers and others in the industry by monitoring policy and procedural compliance.
Director, Fleet Operations
Carl oversees operations of the Transcor vehicle fleet, scheduling maintenance, maintaining maintenance records and ensuring their safe and economical use. Additionally, he oversees DOT compliance and reporting and implements vehicle and equipment preventive maintenance programs. Carl joined TransCor following a 20 year career in the U.S. Army. His service included assignments as Maintenance Control Supervisor, Platoon Sergeant, and First Sergeant of a Maintenance Company with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Charles Westbrook, Sr.
Charles directly provides supervision and oversight for TransCor operations in Tennessee, Air Mass Moves, Transportation Officer training and recertification and Special Needs Department. Since joining the company in 1998 he has provided stewardship as a team leader and offered expertise in staff training and development Director and trip management Director. Prior to joining the company, Charles served for 10 years in the U.S. Army where he provided leadership as a Cannon Crewmember, leadership development instructor (PLDC) and Master Fitness Trainer.