AIS Announces Promotion of 3 Regional VP’s to Senior Vice President Roles
AIS announces the promotion of Ben Maxwell, David Morales, and Jeff Bohn to Senior Vice President roles as part of the company’s executive management team realignment.
In this role, Maxwell, Morales and Bohn will be responsible for the daily business operations in their assigned regions, serving as the primary contact for Regional VP’s and the Sales team. Each will be working in the field with the AIS Rep community developing strategy to facilitate future growth in the systems furniture market, reporting directly to Michelle Warren, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
"At AIS, we are continually looking for ways to make organizational improvements that will ultimately benefit our growth so AIS can continue to remain an aggressive and competitive player in the systems furniture market," said Michelle Warren, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing. "These individuals will be leading the strongest team AIS has ever comprised as we continue our robust growth in the upcoming fiscal year."
With AIS for the past 8 ½ years, Maxwell held the position of Regional VP of Sales for the Northeast. During this time, he helped grow AIS sales and distribution by developing and managing new business channels while building and nurturing key customer relationships. Maxwell will now be responsible for the New England/New Jersey/Upper Mid-Atlantic and International regions.
For the past year, Morales has worked in the capacity of Regional VP of GSA Sales- Mid Atlantic, responsible for sales coverage in the South Virginia market and helping to fuel AIS’s strong growth in the GSA sector. Morales will now oversee the Mid-Atlantic/Southeast/South Central US markets.
Prior to the promotion, Bohn worked in the capacity of Regional VP of Sales for the Mid-West where he was responsible for the development of new business opportunities and expanding AIS visibility in the Midwest market. In this new role, Bohn will be responsible for the Midwest/West region as identified by AIS.