FarSounder is honored to announce Richard Minogue as our Office & Finance Administrator. He will work closely with the CEO on accounting, corporate contracts, and human resources, in addition to providing administrative support to the FarSounder team.
Richard Minogue, Office & Finance Admin Richard comes to us with a long background in human resources and finance. Much of his career has been at Brown University where he developed his skills supporting the School of Engineering.
“We welcome Richard and are pleased to add him to our Administrative team,” said Cheryl M. Zimmerman, CEO. “His attention to detail, ability to coordinate work processes, and analytical capabilities will be a valued complement to our diverse team.”
He has a strong foundation for success in this role having taken Continuing Education classes at Brown University in accounting. Furthermore, his belief in providing superior customer service, both internally and externally, fits well in the FarSounder culture.
Outside of the office, Richard enjoys traveling, partaking in the eclectic Rhode Island restaurant scene, and spending time with family. Originally from Narragansett, RI, and having lived a few years in South Florida, he loves living by the ocean and can’t imagine being anywhere else.
FarSounder, Inc. is a U.S. based high technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics. With unique patented technology, the company has a global customer base of commercial, government, and private sector users. The company is the recognized leader in real time 3D sonar systems and has been selling its flagship navigation and obstacle avoidance systems since 2004. FarSounder’s product lines include its Ship Protection System, which followed years of both IR&D and U.S. government funded research. The 2015 Tibbetts Award winning FarSounder Ship Protection System is for those owner/operators who demand the best solutions for assuring the safety of their passengers and crew. The system provides detection, classification, and alarms of underwater threats. Portside, platform, and shore based systems are also available for waterfront security.