Vector employee makes list
Report by Wings and Helicopters magazines
An employee of Vector Aerospace Corporation in Slemon Park has been named in the 2017 “Top 20 Under 40” report produced by Wings and Helicopters magazines.
Lindsay Hai, a senior finance project manager at Vector’s Engine Services - Atlantic division, began her career with Vector in 2009. Lindsay worked as a financial analyst with Vector while simultaneously studying for her MBA and Certified Management Accountant designation at Saint Mary’s University.
A year after graduating at the top of her class in 2013, she rejoined Vector as a full-time employee, initially as a senior financial analyst, before being promoted to business performance manager 18 months later. One year after her initial management appointment, she was promoted to senior finance project manager, overseeing various working capital projects for the company.
Now in its fifth year, the Top 20 Under 40 program celebrates 20 influencers within Canada’s aerospace industry who have altered their respective organizations for the better, spearheading change on a number of levels. These 20 individuals were carefully selected by the magazines’ editorial teams following a formal nomination process, with candidates chosen based on their influence at work, their leadership in local communities, and their commitment to clients and colleagues.
“Lindsay is emblematic of the success of Vector’s Summerside facility,” said Jeff Poirier, president of Vector Aerospace Engine Services - Atlantic. “Her dedication, customer focus and emphasis on continuous improvement has enabled Lindsay to firmly establish herself within our team, and we are extremely proud that her achievements to date have been recognized by Wings and Helicopters magazines.”