Joseph Scanlan will lead Tampa-based Enable Me.
TAMPA — Joseph Scanlan has been appointed president of Enable Me, a Tampa-based provider of technologically advanced movement therapy devices that help restore natural body movement in people suffering from neuromuscular injury or disease.
Scanlan, according to a press release, brings more than 30 years of entrepreneurial experience in leadership, marketing, sales, operations and personnel development to the Tampa-based company, which recently secured a five-year contract to supply mobility-enhancing products to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and health care giant Encompass Health, formerly known as Health South.
A Vietnam combat veteran, Scanlan has an entrepreneurial background, having owned or co-owned several businesses. His resume also includes stints with IBM, The Webb Companies, Morphogenesis Inc., Marshall and Stevens and The American Shipbuilding Company.
“With his exceptional business leadership and managerial skills, coupled with his superior ability to focus, plan and execute, I’m totally confident Joe will help us reach the aggressive financial, service and market expansion objectives he and I have set for this company,” states Mike Laky, CEO of Enable Me, in the release.