Roland M. Lynch President, CEO
Lynch directs Capsulated Systems Inc business operations. He holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from the Darden Graduate School of Business of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, with emphasis in marketing and finance. In addition, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics from the University of Virginia with emphasis in engineering and computer science. He has held positions as a Corporate Banker at Wachovia Bank in Charlotte, North Carolina, Financial Analyst at Amvest Corporation in Charlottesville, Virginia and as Manager of Financial Planning for The Mead Corporation in Dayton, Ohio. In 1983, he was assigned the position of Manager of Marketing and later Manager of Business Planning of an effort by a group of chemists at Mead who were developing a technology using microencapsulation to develop a color copying system. He lead the effort to create a business unit out of that group which later became Mead Imaging Division now Cycolor Corporation in Dayton, Ohio. In 1985, he was hired by Capsulated Systems as Executive Vice President to lead its strategic planning direction as it prepared to evolve from a technical shop to the world's leader in cutting edge microencapsulation technology. In 1987, Lynch was promoted to the position of president. In 1991, he purchased controlling interest in Capsulated Systems Inc. He is a co-inventor of 4 of Capsulated Systems Inc's patents in microencapsulation.

Technical Leadership

Capsulated Systems Inc's chemists and production personnel have a combined 53 years experience in the macro and microencapsulation field. Their educational backgrounds include Ph.D.s in organic, polymer and physical chemistry. They have scaled up products including epoxy systems and PVC cement to 500 lb. batches that have met the customers specifications.