Lisa Winton

Lisa Winton

Lisa Winton

Founder | Winton Machine

Lisa Winton is a business owner and community leader. She is passionate about helping others and is a STEM education advocate. In 1997, Lisa and her husband George founded Winton Machine Company. Winton Machine designs and builds tube and semi-rigid coax fabricating machinery. Their machines are designed to meet specific production demands and have the highest safety standards. Winton Machine also works with clients to create custom engineered solutions. Their plant, located in Suwanee, Georgia, employs 30+ employees plus apprentices and interns. As CEO, Lisa handles finance, marketing, operations, and human resources.

Lisa is a volunteer leader in the Atlanta community. She is a member of the Gwinnett Shelter Fund Development Committee for Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) and was inducted into PADVs Legacy Society. She loves public art and serves as the Suwanee Public Arts Commission Chair. She also serves as an advisory member for the Collins Hill High School cStem Program and Career and Technical Education Committees. She is also a past president of Junior League.

Lisa is a Leadership Gwinnett graduate and served as chair for the Economics Day, Alumni Education, and Recruiting, Outreach and Inclusion committee. She is also a graduate of SBDC Fast Trac, GrowSmart, SBA Emerging Leaders and ExportGA programs. Lisa is an active member of several business leadership and C-level groups. A noteworthy honor for Winton Machine was representing the State of Georgia at the 2018 White House “Made In America Product Showcase” event.

Lisa is a University of Florida graduate with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. She and George live in Lawrenceville, Georgia where they raised their two young adult children, Amanda and Andrew. Between business trips and family adventures, they enjoy traveling and have experienced many cultures. Please contact Lisa at lwinton@wintonmachine.com.