One Click Ventures Announces Promotions

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E-tailer One Click Ventures has announced the promotion of five team members to new roles.

Aaron Moore (not pictured) has been promoted from Fulfillment Manager to Director of Operations. Moore will oversee all operations for One Click, including Fulfillment, Inventory, and Customer Happiness departments. Aaron previously worked as Assistant Store Manager at Lowe’s and is a 2012 graduate of Franklin College with a degree in Business Management and Industrial Relations.

Ashley Edlund (pictured) has been promoted from Senior Graphic Designer to Creative Director. Edlund joined the One Click team in 2016 as a graphic designer and has since led creative efforts for all brands. She will lead the team’s creative strategy and will oversee other members of the Creative team. Edlund previously worked as a graphic designer at Progressive Design Apparel, Inc. in Indianapolis and is a 2013 Franklin College graduate with degrees in Graphic Design and Art History.

John Alexander (not pictured) has been promoted from Fulfillment Specialist to Fulfillment Assistant Manager. Alexander joined the One Click team midway through 2017 and has been an invaluable asset in improving fulfillment operations. Previously, he was the Parcel Freight/BGND Manager at Fastenal. He is a 2009 graduate of Indiana Baptist College with a degree in Pastoral Studies.

Katey Atherton (pictured) has been promoted from Fulfillment Assistant Manager to Fulfillment Manager. Since joining the One Click team in 2014, Atherton has served in a number of fulfillment roles and has helped to grow and improve the company’s fulfillment operations. She is a 2009 graduate of DeVry University with a degree in Business Administration.

Lindsay Kaser (not pictured) has been promoted from Product Manager to Senior Product Manager. Kaser is responsible for defining, managing, and prioritizing Product, UX, and Engineering backlogs. She has been a part of the One Click team since early 2013 and has served in several roles. Kaser received her Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Visual Communication Design in 2011 and her Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction in 2016 from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

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