Gabriel Group is proud to announce that it has implemented a handful of organizational changes in order to better align the company’s goals with the needs of its clients.
Charlie Pitlyk, formerly Executive Vice President, has been promoted to President, CISO, where he will continue to evaluate production capabilities and maximize revenue while also overseeing business operations and ensuring that the company-wide security program is implemented effectively.
Steve Koch makes a move from Vice President of Account Management to Vice President of Sales, where he will shift his focus to overseeing the sales team in addition to developing strategies that will identify marketing opportunities and planning for new project development.
Crystal Glaenzer and Kim Brown have both advanced to the role of Director of Account Management, where they will oversee day-to-day interaction with nonprofit and corporate customers, respectively. Ashley Dalton has also been named the Director of Client Solutions, where she is responsible for facilitating new business processes while reviewing and improving existing client projects.
The biggest change of the transition comes from the creation of an entirely new Gabriel Group department: Agency Services. Renee Durnin, CFRE will lead the new division that will be responsible for cultivating and executing creative strategy, including overall campaign development and graphic design. Traci Basden, CFRE also joins the Agency Services team, transitioning from her role in sales to Senior Fundraising Strategist in order to serve as a liaison between Gabriel Group’s nonprofit account management team and their clients to develop successful fundraising campaigns.
“We are thrilled about the new direction these changes will take us in the future,” says CEO, Dave Hawkins. “Our leadership team feels very confident about the adjustments that were made throughout the company in order to create a more client-focused structure that will best support both Gabriel Group and its partners moving forward. We can’t wait to see what’s next.”