The VanTrust Development Services team is pleased to announce several staffing changes, reflecting our ongoing commitment to recognizing and nurturing talent from within and ensuring that our team remains aligned with the strategic initiatives of the company.
In Kansas City, Jeff Turk will be shifting to a national role on the Science + Technology team, allowing him to bring his expertise and experience to a broader range of projects. Karl Ley, previously serving as Senior Director, will now take over as the head of Development Services for Kansas City, bringing his extensive industry knowledge and leadership skills to this new role. We are also pleased to announce Ryan Hackenmiller‘s promotion from Director to Senior Director, recognizing his outstanding contributions and dedication to the team. Additionally, Tricia Paulson, Project Controls Manager, who joined VanTrust in August of this year, has quickly become an invaluable asset to the Development Services team.
In Columbus, Raif Webster, currently serving as Vice President, will be taking on a national role within the Development Services team, working closely with the team across all regions and projects. This shift will allow Raif to leverage his experience and expertise on a larger scale. Ryan Lidke, previously holding the position of Senior Director, will now assume the role of Vice President, taking over as the head of Development Services for Columbus. We are also pleased to announce Brad Kendall’s promotion from Director to Senior Director, recognizing his strong leadership and dedication to our team.
In Jacksonville, Brent Rogers will be promoted from Director to Senior Director, recognizing his significant contributions to our team and his commitment to excellence.
“These staffing changes underscore our commitment to recognizing and nurturing talent within our organization,” said Bret Sheffield, Executive Vice President of Development Services. “By ensuring our Development Services team remains aligned with VanTrust’s strategic initiatives, we are positioned for continued success and growth.”