Gulfstream Promotes Anthony Newlin to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Sheryl Bunton Announces Retirement Effective May 31

Savannah Ga. May 1, 2024 Photo(s): By Gulfstream
Anthony Newlin

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has appointed Anthony Newlin to the position of senior vice president and chief information officer, effective May 31, 2024. He will succeed Sheryl Bunton, who will retire after nearly a decade with the company.

With more than 25 years of experience, Newlin joined Gulfstream in 2016 and has focused on developing strategies to increase technology availability and the delivery of innovative solutions to increase mobility and enhance security. Before joining Gulfstream, Newlin served as a senior consultant at IBM where he led teams focused on technology strategies and transformation for Fortune 500 companies. In his new role, Newlin will lead the delivery of transformation strategies and technology solutions across the entire Gulfstream enterprise.

"Throughout his time with Gulfstream, Anthony has led multiple cross-functional initiatives that have supported various advancements in technology and overall security as our company has undergone a tremendous period of growth," said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. "He is well-respected and regarded as a leader and will be a great addition to our senior leadership team."

Newlin holds a bachelor's degree in professional management from Nova Southeastern University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida.

Since joining Gulfstream in 2015, Bunton has led Gulfstream's worldwide information technology organization, advancing the company's capabilities and growth. Beyond Gulfstream, Bunton serves as co-chair of the World Economic Forum's Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) community. She previously served on the advisory boards for Georgia Southern University's College of Engineering and Information Technology and the Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership at the University of Pennsylvania.

"Sheryl's strong leadership and experience have helped us enhance our technology resources to ensure we can protect our information and intellectual property from threats," added Burns. "I am thankful for Sheryl's contributions and wish her well in retirement."