InLight Medical Announces Company President

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Veteran Executive Mike Hatten to Oversee Operations

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"InLight Medical’s technological advancements are revolutionary and with all that we have in motion, the best is yet to come.” - Mike Hatten, InLight President

InLight Medical, manufacturer of polychromatic light therapy systems and products, has announced the appointment of Mike Hatten as the company’s President. Mr. Hatten has joined the InLight Medical executive team to help lead the company in the further advancement and production of cutting-edge light therapy technology.

“I cannot be more elated that Mike Hatten is joining our leadership team,” said InLight CEO Randall Reed. “His extensive background specializing in management, strong leadership, military training, and human factors will propel InLight’s position to the forefront as one of the most innovative and leading companies of polychromatic light therapy in the industry.”

“This is an exciting new journey,” said Mr. Hatten. “InLight Medical’s technological advancements are revolutionary and with all that we have in motion, the best is yet to come.”

About Mike Hatten
Mr. Hatten, grew up outside of Huntington, WV. As a young man, he felt a strong pull to the sky, so he joined the military, and upon his distinguished graduation from the U.S. Army Flight School in Fort Rucker, AL, he became a United States Army helicopter pilot. After returning to the public realm, his first position was that of Assistant Aviation Division Commander for the W.V. Department of Public Safety.

To further advance his passion for aviation, Mr. Hatten entered the world of commercial aviation and served in the Chief Pilot and Director of Operations roles of different non-scheduled airless until 1997 when he joined Continental Airlines. Mike trained in Human Factors, developing training courses and facilitating Crew Resource Management and Threat and Error Management. He also served as Instructor and Evaluator on Boeing 777.

After the merger of Continental with United Airlines in 2013, he served as Sr. Manager of Boeing 777 fleet, Boeing 747 fleet, and until present, Boeing 787 fleet. He was responsible for managing large Instructor Cadre, budgeting, forecasting training needs, Instructor hiring, training, recordkeeping compliance and flying proficiency for line pilots.

Mr. Hatten and the Inlight Medical team are continuing the path of providing quality polychromatic light therapy products and plotting a new course to integrate additional innovations to further serve InLight customer needs. “With all that we have on the horizon,” Mr. Hatten added, “the sky’s the limit,”

InLight Medical is leading the industry with their wide range of polychromatic LED products and systems. For over 30 years, InLight Medical and its founders have been designing, manufacturing, and delivering quality polychromatic light therapy systems that utilize the exclusive Multi-Pulse™ technology.

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