Baltimore, MD – Luminary Automation, Cybersecurity and Engineering, a provider of professional control system engineering, automation, and cybersecurity services, is pleased to announce an expansion of its leadership team. Nick Stabile has been named the Director Of Client Services.
Nick brings over 35 years of experience working with water, wastewater, gas, and electric utilities. He specializes in identifying and implementing organizational and operational performance improvement solutions.
Nick got his start with electrical and control systems in the U.S. Navy as an Aviation Electrician’s Mate. After receiving an honorable discharge, he worked for a control system manufacturer building and testing process control systems and then worked for a manufacturer’s representative delivering instrumentation and control system solutions. Most recently, Stabile joins Luminary from Westin Engineering where he was responsible for a variety of client-facing activities for over 25 years.
“Nick has been instrumental in creating efficient and effective systems designed to enhance client satisfaction. His expertise in cybersecurity and SCADA makes him a key asset to our leadership team. Nick’s experience with operational technology master planning brings the ability to significantly impact our organization,” stated Luminary CEO, Don Wells.
“I’m excited to join such a dedicated team of engineers at Luminary. The organization’s commitment to creating custom solutions at the highest level of risk planning and mitigation creates an environment tailored to customer success. I’m eager to help enhance the client experience and assist in automating systems alongside Luminary’s talented leadership team,” stated Nick.
About Luminary Automation, Cybersecurity and Engineering: Luminary, a certified minority business enterprise (MBE), is a provider of professional control system engineering, automation and cybersecurity services. As a premier engineering and consulting firm, Luminary helps develop reliable solutions for industries including water/wastewater management, food & beverage, public works, manufacturing, energy, construction, and the military.