Zach Nagle and Susan Weaver Promoted for Excellence in WorkplaceNovember 22, 2016
Egan Sign, a leader in national sign management and corporate rebranding, announced today that Zach Nagle has been promoted to Senior Project Manager and Susan Weaver has been promoted to Senior Project Coordinator. Due to their rapid growth, Egan Sign is actively recruiting an additional Graphic Designer and Project Coordinator. For more information regarding career opportunities at Egan Sign, visit www.egansign.com/careers.
Nagle, an Orwigsburg Township resident, joined Egan Sign in November 2012 in a dual role as both Project Manager and Product Specialist. He has an extensive background in the sign industry, having previously worked for a regional full service sign company where he gained valuable, hands-on experience not only inside a custom sign manufacturing facility but also in the field completing installations. John Dever, President of Egan Sign said, “Zach is an invaluable member of the Egan team. In his new role, he will help lead the project management function in delivering exceptional customer service.” Nagle holds an Associate’s degree from Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Weaver, a resident of Cumru Township, joined Egan Sign in December 2015 as a Project Coordinator, with over 12 years of experience in the real estate and property management industries. “Susan’s value to our clients goes far beyond her day to day responsibilities in project management,” said Kevin Agostinho, Senior Project Manager. “Her previous experience building relationships with customers enables her to establish personal connections with each of her clients and to build trust throughout each project, all while maintaining a positive, can-do attitude.” Weaver holds a Bachelor’s degree from University of Vermont.
Earlier this year, Egan Sign hired Michelle Weaver as Director of Sales and Marketing and promoted Stacy Helms and Allison Snyder to Senior Project Coordinator. The company will continue its growth trajectory under the leadership of President John Dever.