Each has a different set of skills. Some got their start right here. All of our leaders bring decades of combined experience in maintaining safe environments for our partners and team members.
President of Chemistry
With over a decade of experience in the industry, Tim Stiller leads our chemical business as President of Safe Foods Chemical Innovations. Tim’s focus is on setting vision and strategy for our chemical business and supporting our team with execution. Prior to Safe Foods Chemical Innovations, Tim led several large business units through strategy development and execution for some of the largest meat processors in the country. He holds a master’s degree from Colorado State University.
Vice President of Sales
Jude started his career with Safe Foods Chemical Innovations in 2013 as an account manager and has been leading the North American poultry sales since 2016. Prior to joining the team, Jude spent 15 years in various processing and sanitation roles at Tyson Foods and Sanderson Farms. Jude holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arkansas- Monticello.
Vice President of Customer Account Management
Courtney Cullers started working with PSSI in 2012 as a division manager with the Southern Division. Prior to PSSI, he began his career in the dairy industry in 1988. In 1989, he worked in the poultry industry, moving up from a front-line supervisor to a further production manager. From there, he started his career in chemical sales and service. Courtney graduated from Missouri State University.
Lindsey Perry, Ph.D
Director, Technical Services
Lindsey joined the Safe Foods Chemical Innovations team in January of 2016. She brings years of industry expertise with a focus on research and development, food safety and quality control. In her current role, Lindsey and her team partner with customers to optimize their total food safety system while providing support for USDA briefings, validation and bio-map studies. She holds a doctorate degree of philosophy in animal science from Texas A&M University. Lindsey’s thesis and dissertation work involved red meat, microbiology, and antimicrobial interventions.