Envoy Adds to Team

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Envoy Inc., a local construction and development firm, has appointed Jonathan White (pictured) as vice president of construction. He most recently served as a superintendent and later as a design manager for Hensel Phelps. White received his BS in construction engineering and management from Purdue University. 

Kaitlin Jager (pictured) has been named marketing administrator. She previously worked at Pukka Headware as a graphic designer and most recently served as a graphic designer at Maintreet. Jager received her BA in graphic design from the University of Findlay. 

Also, Drew Kelly has been appointed vice president of real estate. He previously served as a senior leasing representative for both the Broadbent Co. and Sandor Development. Kelly most recently worked as a director of retail at both Envoy and RealtyQwest. He received his bachelor of science in business administration from Indiana University and his masters in business administration from the University of Notre Dame. 

The firm has named Brad Untrauer development manager. He has worked as a commercial real estate advisor for RealtyQwest and as a development associate before his recent promotion. Untrauer received his BS in business legal studies from Miami University.

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