Management Team


Dana Town


Dana started her career at SEA in 1998 in sales support. She then moved into sales and marketing and directing special events. A graduate in communications from Auburn University, she previously worked for a national lobby organization in Washington, D.C. She has been involved in Junior League, chairman of the advisory board for Randolph School, is a member of the UAB School of Medicine Valley Foundation Board, Huntsville Museum of Art Foundation Board, Huntsville Symphony Guild Board and is active in community fund raising. She was co-chair of the Medal of Honor Gala in Huntsville recognizing and supporting our Medal of Honor Recipients.

Marty Clark


Marty Clark began his career with SEA in July of 1988 in an entry level position while attending school full time. After graduating with a BS in Accounting from Athens University, Marty worked in various roles through sales and operations prior to becoming the President and CEO. He serves on the board of a local non-profit providing soccer equipment to underdeveloped countries and runs the largest soccer club in North Alabama as the General Manager and Director of Coaching.

Jim Duggan


Jim Duggan brings 25 years of sales and marketing experience to the SEA team. Starting in 1994 as a core member of the management team at Fieldworks, he helped guide the company’s successful transition from a mil-spec concept to a global company, which eventually led to their public offering. He serves on the company board of a local start-up, and has published a book on sales and marketing.

Chase Layton


Chase Layton began working at SEA in the warehouse full time in 2000. After deciding to further his education, he graduated from the University of Alabama with Finance and Russian degrees. Chase returned to SEA and worked in Sales for a period of time until his transition to Operations. During this time he completed his MBA and certification process to receive a Six Sigma Black Belt. Chase’s hands-on experience in the warehouse, training in sales/operations and educational background has provided him with the tools necessary to fully understand SEA’s processes and take them to the next level through lean concepts and initiatives.

William Thomas


William Thomas started with SEA in 1984 with his first permanent role as an entry level shipping clerk. William has been successful in many operations roles within SEA before making it to his current role as the Manager of Quality. He has graduated with a BS in Management of Technology from Athens State University. Having pioneered the quality systems at SEA, William has been instrumental in pushing SEA to world class performance. William is a member of SAE, ASQ, NEMA, the Madison Optimist Club, and is an avid supporter of the Boy Scouts of America volunteering regularly to work with the scouts in the surrounding area.