EnviroForensics has promoted Nancy Shields to president. She started with the company in 2007 as a sales representative focusing on dry cleaners and other businesses faced with environmental liabilities. In 2014, Shields was promoted to executive vice president and was assigned the responsibility of day-to-day operations, where she has been instrumental in growing the company by an average of 27% over the past 6 years. Today, EnviroForensics has more than 65 employees and completed its highest revenue month in its 20-year history. She sits on the board of the Midwest Drycleaning & Laundry Association and is the chair of corporate giving for Water for Empowerment. Shields has also spearheaded philanthropic pursuits at EnviroForensics helping organize annual food and coat drives, and providing internship opportunities to at-risk teenagers.
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