Jail House Rock. Improving investor relations CCA style

CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA ANNOUNCES HIRING OF STEVEN CONRY AS VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS April 10, 2006 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the nation’s largest provider of corrections management services to government, has announced the addition of Steven Conry as Vice President of Operations. In this newly-created position within the Company, Conry will oversee the operational leadership of approximately one-third of CCA’s 64 correctional facilities. Conry joins CCA after a 23-year career with the New York City Department of Correction, one of the nation’s largest municipal corrections systems. He joined the New York City Department of Correction in 1983 as a correctional officer and served in many leadership roles prior to his current appointment, including warden, assistant divisional chief, chief of management and planning, and chief of security for the agency. Most recently, Conry acted as the Chief of Facility Operations for the New York City Department of Correction. Conry graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in public management from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he later received a master's degree in public administration. Conry's appointment as Vice President of Operations is the result of CCA's recent reorganization of the company's Operations division. As the fifth largest corrections system in the country, CCA is the nation's largest owner and operator of privatized correctional and detention facilities, serving all three federal corrections agencies, nearly half of all states and more than a dozen local municipalities. The company operates more than 60 correctional facilities, including 39 company-owned facilities, with facilities in 19 states and the District of Columbia.
The Board of directors, just some FYI stuff for all of the "Stakeholders" out there.

CCA Corrections "Industry" overview

CCA 2004 Annual Report

Look at the board of directors from many of the "institutions" we end up in very closely, you may find some interesting similarities in the "Demographics" of it's members. To Mr. Conry sorry about the photo, it was the only one I could dig up!

Note: Click on the "Investor" tab on the site and check out how the prison guard blinks his eyes in the banner on the top page. SOMEBODY GOT JOKES!!

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