ASCI Becomes a Woman-Owned Business at 22 Years
Updated: Jul 2
ASCI is excited to announce that on our 22nd anniversary, we have become a majority woman-owned business! This shift will allow us to expand our business model into new industries and to help small and mid-size businesses position themselves for success in a post-COVID economy.
The transition coincidently happened during Women’s History March and right before our April 1st founding date.
Our CEO and President, Christine Hopkins, is 51.5 percent owner of the privately held logistics and supply chain business. She is originally from Alaska and is a graduate of University of Alaska Anchorage.
Scott McCoy, ASCI’s Vice President and Director of Technology Development, is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and has been with the company since its inception and owns the remainder of the business.
In case you aren't familiar with our company, we specialize in supply chain and asset management solutions, including contingent staffing on a long-term and project basis.
We initially launched servicing the oil and gas industry and have a strong safety record on the North Slope. ASCI’s current service line extends into mining, fisheries, manufacturing, education, utilities, and health care. We are excited to expand business opportunities to federal, state, and local government contracts with our new structure.