Kinetrex Energy Adds to Team

Posted: Updated:

Kinetrex Energy has named Mark Gallo (pictured) director of sales and marketing. He will lead the sales and marketing team in the selling of pipeline gas, LNG and RNG to the company’s transportation, agriculture, utilities, commercial and industrial segments. Gallo has more than 25 years of sales leadership experience in multiple industries with companies like US Foods, Patronpath LLC., McFarling Foods and, most recently, Business Furniture. Gallo graduated from Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business with a degree in marketing and advertising.

Also, Kristin Maguire (pictured) has been appointed senior customer solutions manager and will focus on marketing pipeline gas, LNG and RNG to the transportation sector. She has held several sale roles over her career including positions at American Marketing and Publishing, the Indianapolis Business Journal and Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery. Maguire most recently worked as a sales team manager at Backhaul Direct. She graduated cum laude from DePauw University with a degree in philosophy.

Anjuli Skirvin has been named customer solutions manager. She will focus on marketing pipeline gas and LNG to the agriculture sector. Skirvin has held various positions in business management, specifically in the agriculture industry. In her most recent role at Entira Inc., Skirvin managed the development of a cloud-based market analytics platform that provides market share information to agricultural retailers and input manufacturers. She graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in agriculture business management and animal science.

  • Perspectives

    • We’re Having the Wrong Conversations About Safety

      Every time there’s a shooting at a school or a workplace, the arguments begin. We need more police officers stationed in the buildings. We need to arm teachers or encourage employees to carry handguns. We should invest in smokescreen systems or bulletproof partitions. Everyone should hide from the shooter. Everyone should run from the shooter. Everyone should confront the shooter. It’s healthy that we’re discussing safety, but unfortunately, we’re talking...

    More

Subscribe

Name:
Company Name:
Email:
Confirm Email:
HTML
INside Edge
Morning Briefing
BigWigs & New Gigs
Life Sciences Indiana
Indiana Connections
INPower
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • Forbes Ranks Top Colleges; 3 Indiana Schools Make the Cut

      Forbes released its 12th annual ranking of America’s Top Colleges based on direct benefits a university or college provides its students. Several Indiana universities made the list in some “sub-categories”, like Grateful Graduates Index, but the University of Notre Dame was the only school in the state to break the top 20 overall rankings.

    • West Lafayette Center Breaks Ground

      West Lafayette city officials this week broke ground on the $31.5 million West Lafayette Wellness and Aquatic Center at Cumberland Park. Plans for the 72,000-square-foot project feature a natatorium, three gymnasiums, exercise machines, free weights and community rooms. 

    • Photo courtesy of Crestwood Village

      Justus Rental Properties Details Closures

      Indianapolis-based Justus Rental Properties, Inc. has announced it will be closing its assisted living service line at Crestwood Village West and Crestwood Village East. The company is also is in the process of selling the both communities.

    • (photo courtesy of the Marshall County EDC)

      Wire and Cable Startup to Set Up Shop in Argos

      A startup wire and cable company has announced plans to launch operations in Marshall County. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says Sequel Wire and Cable LLC will invest $53 million to purchase and equip the 50,000-square-foot Argos Manufacturing Center and create 120 jobs by the end of 2024. The company plans to expand the facility to more than 162,000 square feet and begin operations in early 2020. The $2.7 million Argos Manufacturing Center was built in part with...

    • We’re Having the Wrong Conversations About Safety

      Every time there’s a shooting at a school or a workplace, the arguments begin. We need more police officers stationed in the buildings. We need to arm teachers or encourage employees to carry handguns. We should invest in smokescreen systems or bulletproof partitions. Everyone should hide from the shooter. Everyone should run from the shooter. Everyone should confront the shooter. It’s healthy that we’re discussing safety, but unfortunately, we’re talking...