Kawneer Continues to Build Team of Experts to Enhance Customer Experience

Kawneer, an Alcoa business and the leading manufacturer of architectural aluminum products and systems for commercial construction, announced several new sales team appointments throughout North America.

Nickolas Ricketts

Nickolas Ricketts

Nickolas Ricketts joined the sales team as architectural sales representative for the Oregon territory. Previously, he served as a project manager with Bend Commercial Glass. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration from Central Washington University, in addition to a master’s in project management from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.

Tammy McCarron

Tammy McCarron

Tammy McCarron was hired as an architectural sales representative for the Edmonton, Alberta territory. Prior to her position with Kawneer, McCarron was sales representative for Olympia Tile in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She holds a civil engineering degree from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Lawrence Soto

Lawrence Soto

Lawrence Soto transitioned to an architectural sales representative for the St. Louis, Mo., territory. He began his career with Kawneer in 2006 as a fabricator and was later promoted to quality technician, responsible for the continuous improvement program. He later held positions as an estimator and then estimating supervisor in Harrisonburg, Va. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Phoenix.

Ryan Long

Ryan Long

Ryan Long, previously an architectural sales representative for the Edmonton territory in Alberta since 2013, is transitioning to the Washington, D.C., territory. Long began his career as a representative for Sobotec Ltd. He earned a degree in architectural engineering technology through the Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology, Hamilton, Ontario.

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