Appointments: new roles for Lori Scott, Christine Lawrence, and Samantha Kurowski at Pipedream

Posted: August 1, 2018

Pipedream has announced that longtime employees Lori Scott, Christine Lawrence, and Samantha Kurowski [pictured above with recently recruited sales manager Miranda Doyle] have been launched into new roles.

“Pipedream has set many industry standards for many years, but we hope to influence other organizations beyond adult as we strive to shift women’s representation in business,” said Pipedream CEO Matthew Matsudaira. “Lori, Christine, and Samantha have supported the company in countless ways and their hard work deserves to be recognised.”

Lori Scott has a 20-year history with Pipedream and she is now director of business development. She will be responsible for analysing trends and identifying new avenues of growth for the company and its customers. “It’s an expansion of my previous role but with more authority to explore opportunities and service my clients without complication or interference,” she said. “I dedicate myself to providing the highest level of specialised customer support with expedited results and this new position empowers me to increase my output without compromising my standards. I’m very appreciative of the executive support I’ve received to experience this growth.”

Christine Lawrence brings 20 years of experience to her new role as director of global supply chain and procurement after serving as procurement manager since joining the company in 2012. She commented: “I am very excited about joining the finance department and combining my two decades of experience in both finance and operations to maximise the efficiency of our global supply chain. I look forward to the challenge and seeing where all of our hard work will take us.”

Samantha Kurowski joined Pipedream in 2016 as a graphic designer and she will now fill the role of project coordinator, working directly with chief design officer Kristian Broms to oversee all projects within the design department from conception to fruition. “I’m very optimistic about increasing our department’s efficiency by streamlining projects and managing workflow in order to provide quicker deliverable dates,” said Kurowski. “I’m also really looking forward to learning more about the business side of product development. It’s exciting to be able to incorporate my thoughts and input into the making of our kick ass products!”