Ryan Posey

Ryan Posey
Ryan Posey
CEO, HSI Sensing

Ryan Posey currently serves as CEO at HSI Sensing, formerly Hermetic Switch, Inc. Founded in 1968 by Posey’s grandfather, William Posey, HSI Sensing is a multimillion-dollar manufacturing company that designs, develops, and manufactures reed switches, proximity sensors and other sensing technologies for clients around the world. It serves industries ranging from aerospace, agricultural, oil and gas to medical, military and telecommunications. Ryan also serves as President at San Diego-based Genisco Filter Corporation, the leader in the design and manufacture of EMI/RFI filters for power line, signal line, TEMPEST and custom applications. This acquisition was made under Posey’s leadership in June, 2013. Posey earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of Oklahoma in 2004 and completed his masters from Auburn University in 2008. Ryan began his career at HSI focusing on electroplating processes then grew to address all manufacturing processes. During this time, he worked to implement lean techniques plant wide. Ryan now oversees the activities of the entire organization and provides direction to management for both HSI and Genisco. Under his leadership, HSI has been recognized with the Governors Manufacturing Leadership Award, the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting, as the Department of Commerce Export Champion, as the Small Business Administration Region VI Jeffrey Butland Family-owned Business of the Year, and the Journal Record Beacon Award for Philanthropy Impact. Posey has served as the Chairman of the Economic Development Council of Chickasha and City Councilman of Ward 3. He currently serves on the boards of State Chamber of Oklahoma. He received appointment by Governor Mary Fallin to the Oklahoma Partnership of School Readiness Board of Directors and serve as the Key Economic Network Champion for the South Central Region. In Ryan’s down time he likes to read, bike, run, spend time with family, and travel with his wife Ashley. He and his wife have two children, Bennett and Vivian.