Redline Detection announced today that Executive Vice President Alex Parker has joined the board of directors of Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. “We are thrilled to welcome Alex to board. Her commitment to our mission through her active involvement as a member of our Harvesters group for over 10 years, along with her business acumen as a local business owner, bring a unique and valued perspective to our board,” said Nicole Suydam, CEO of Second Harvest.
Redline Detection, headquartered in Orange, California, is an established leader in engineering custom diagnostic solutions for some of the world’s most prestigious automakers. Redline recently expanded to develop equipment for the heavy-duty industry, including big rig trucks, construction, mining and farm equipment. Redline manufactures its award-winning equipment in Orange County and exports to 112 countries around the world. Parker, an owner in the company, has overseen a steep growth curve that has included recent partnerships with Jaguar Land Rover, General Motors, Navistar International, BMW, Hyundai, Subaru and other original equipment manufacturers.
“Our company, our employees and our families are deeply involved in the Orange County community. As our business grows, so does our commitment to making a difference globally and locally,” said Parker. “No organization is more fiscally efficient and effective in their mission than Second Harvest Food Bank. They are providing essential food to the most at-risk segments of our community: The elderly, struggling families and children who might otherwise go hungry. I am incredibly honored to serve as a member of the board of directors of this organization.”