Motus Leadership

Motus Integrated Technologies is led by a team of industry veterans, each with decades of experience in the automotive industry.

A Team of Industry Leaders

Shannon White

Shannon White

President and CEO

Shannon has earned a reputation for building sustainable growth businesses after successful tenures as CEO of both Guilford Performance Textiles and United Plastics Group. His experiences, from both inside and outside the automotive industry, continue to prove beneficial for Motus’ customers, suppliers, and shareholders. In addition to shifting the paradigms within Motus, Shannon cultivates an environment that yields valuable and innovative solutions for our customers. He holds a BS in Economics from the University of Utah and an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business.

Kevin Kernan

Kevin Kernan

Chief Operating Officer

Kevin brings a wealth of executive operational leadership to Motus. His proven methods involving strategic goal setting, empowering employees and systematic accountability have delivered strong operational and financial improvements throughout his career. Additionally, his relentless focus on lean manufacturing and continuous improvement augments Motus’ ability to be the best cost solutions provider in the market. Kevin earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University (then GMI) and an MBA from Youngstown State.

Chris Hall

Chris Hall

Vice President of Corporate Strategy

Chris’ 20 years in the automotive industry began as an engineer for a ‘Detroit 3’ automaker. A shift to a leading automotive supplier brought increasing levels of responsibility culminating in the role of product leader for global headliners and overhead systems. Chris is now utilizing his experience to strengthen our partnerships with our customers, suppliers and communities. He earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Central Michigan University, and an MBA from Grand Valley State University.

Craig Lorraine

Craig Lorraine

Vice President Commercial Operations for Leon Interiors

Craig brings 18 years of domestic and international automotive experience in procurement, operations and business development across multiple corporations. His diverse set of experiences translates perfectly to establishing robust, cost-effective and thriving partnerships with the Motus global customer network. Craig earned a BA in Psychology from Albion College and an MBA from Davenport College.

Stacy Spondike

Stacy Spondike

Vice President of Human Resources

Stacy has over 20 years of experience in automotive and sporting goods manufacturing. Her expertise in the design and delivery of unique HR solutions to transform corporate goals into bottom-line results has consistently delivered quantifiable solutions. Stacy earned her BS in Public Administration from Oakland University and her Masters in Human Resources from Eastern Michigan University.

Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor

Vice President of Business Development - North America & Asia

Matt spent 17 years with a leading automotive interiors supplier in various engineering, program management and leadership roles. He has also worked outside the automotive industry where he gained valuable perspective on the vital relationship between product and business development. His passion is in delivering innovative Motus solutions that exceed our customers’ increasing expectations. Matt earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.

New Beginnings

A New Chapter With Atlas Holdings

In 2014, Atlas Holdings formed Motus LLC to acquire certain assets of technology and industrial giant Johnson Controls. Based in Greenwich, Connecticut, Atlas has a track record of success with companies it invests in, which includes industry leaders like Pangborn Group, Bridgewell Resources, RedBuilt and ASG, among others.

Atlas’ operations encompass more than 100 facilities and over 12,000 employees worldwide. Its businesses are engaged in a wide range of business segments, including building materials, capital equipment, energy, industrial services, packaging, pulp, paper, and tissue, steel, and logistics, supply chain management and distribution.