Esina Alic

Esina is the Vice President of Strategy for Insitu, responsible for corporate planning, business intelligence, technology acquisition strategies, global partnerships, industrial participation, and patent portfolio management. 

Alic was previously the Vice President for Global Operations and Supply Chain for Insitu, responsible for managing the supply base and defining the operational infrastructure needed to execute successfully in international markets. Under Esina’s leadership, Insitu established its first overseas subsidiary, Insitu Pacific, in Australia.  Subsequently, she worked on the creation of new partnerships to support business growth in North America, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. 

Prior to Insitu, Alic served as a Vice President of Finance at Visa, Inc. where she developed strategies for effective partner financial management and prepared the company for initial public offering.

Before Visa, Alic had a varied career that included serving as Manager for the National Strategy group at BearingPoint, and Applications Engineer for Electro Scientific Industries as well as working with multiple startups in both employee and advisory roles. 

Alic earned a Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude, in Mechanical Engineering from Portland State University and an M.B.A., Summa Cum Laude, from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. She serves on the Board of Directors for Insitu Pacific and the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation, which supports local schools to enhance their curriculum.  Esina enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters in the Columbia Gorge.


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