The Nation’s Largest Exterior Home Remodeler Added to Its Leadership Team with Key Positions to
Support Rapid Growth

CHESTER, Pa. March 22, 2022 —  Power Home Remodeling (Power), the nation’s largest full-service exterior home remodeling company, has experienced another year of rapid growth that has been supported internally through the appointment of multiple leaders in the business. The promotions that took place throughout 2021 not only supported Power’s growing needs but also empowered personal career trajectories. 

Headquartered in the Philadelphia, PA region and with offices in 17 territories across the country, Power believes in putting people over profit, and that philosophy impacts everything they do for their communities, both inside their walls and out. Internally, the company’s award-winning workplace culture stems from the commitment placed on homegrown talent and promoting leaders from within.

Business Technology 

Power is a force in tech, driven by their ever-expanding Business Technology department, and has promoted Jenny Gray to vice president of application development and infrastructure, formerly a senior director. Gray joined Power with over 12 years of experience leading business and technology teams through the planning, design, development, and management of large-scale enterprise applications and product development. Prior to her time at Power, she honed her craft working with companies such as Educational Testing Service (ETS), Oracle, and Accenture. In her current role, she is responsible for the success and mentorship of a growing group of software developers and scrum masters across several agile teams, all focused on building and enhancing Power’s custom suite of products that run the entire business.

Real Estate Development, Expansion, and Special Projects

Michelle Tomasetti, former executive operating administrator, has been promoted to the company’s first director of real estate development to support Power’s expanding national footprint. Working closely with co-founder Adam Kaliner since 2018, Tomasetti was shown the ropes of the real estate world and the inner workings of Power. In this new role, she will work alongside facilities to oversee real estate development, expansion, safety and security, construction, environmental and interior design, and fleet. 

Power created another first-of-its-kind role in the form of a special projects manager for long-time employee, Chris Wilson. In this role, Wilson will work directly with Power’s executive team on certain company-wide projects and initiatives from development to adoption, serving as a liaison between the technology team on the development side, and the end-user on the adoption side. He brings over 14 years of Power experience to this new appointment, with past leadership roles focused on market analytics.


As the business continues to attract and hire more talent across geographies, it’s imperative to provide streamlined communication from the top level down to the front line. Kira Weinstein has been promoted to vice president of communications. She will strategize on messaging, content, and new ways for business leaders to connect with employees at large, opening the door for more innovative and engaging experiences in a hybrid world. A Power employee of eight years, she brings an unmatched understanding of the organization, its core values, and executive outlook to the table. Weinstein will continue to lead content strategy efforts for all company events, ensuring Power’s internal messaging is on-brand across creative disciplines and executive messaging. 

Contact Center

As the company continues to expand, Power prides itself on providing the best experience possible for our customers. To support that growing customer base and influx of project information, Chris Jordan has been promoted to senior vice president, contact center, formerly vice president of marketing. Jordan’s tenure with the company surpasses 15 years and is a testament to the ability to grow a fulfilling career within one business all under one roof. His largest contributions include transforming Power’s contact center from just 30 employees to now over 200 employees, one of the largest departments in the business; as well as launching Power’s energy division through a new product line (solar) that will be scaled throughout Power and impact 2,500+ employees. 

Customer Development

Tatanene (Tat) Nsindu, former vice president of customer development, has been promoted to senior vice president of customer development. A Power employee for over 13 years, Nsindu swiftly rose through the ranks and successfully opened the company’s Boston office in 2011. Within that market, he was responsible for the largest retail program within Power, the leading customer development department, and impressive office growth from eight employees to over 175 employees. Under his mentorship, he has built a bench of leaders and promoted over five directors to various office locations within the country. As Power’s first black vice president and now first black senior vice president, Nsindu leads from the top down when it comes to acceptance and inclusivity in the workplace. He is one of the founders of both Power’s Cultural Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) Initiative and BERG (Black Employee Resource Group); he also assists with content creation for formal company messaging, leadership conferences, and CDI summits. In his new role, he will oversee Atlanta, Boston, and Nashville, focusing on recruitment and training, leadership development, and diversity efforts.  

Install Services  

Power saw immense growth on the installation side of the business in 2021, with continued plans to ramp up over the next five years. To help lead that growth at a territory level, Dan Palmeter has been promoted to vice president of installations in Power’s Austin office, formerly director of project services. An employee since 2009, Palmeter has performed every role within the Installations division with skill and expertise. He will now oversee all installation operations at the Austin office, with a large focus on training and mentoring his staff made up of production managers, installation managers, and warehouse coordinators. 

Recognized as one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies To Work For, Power Home Remodeling offers engaging, fulfilling career opportunities where employees thrive. To learn more about Power and view career opportunities available in its 17 territories nationwide, visit apply.workatpower.com/jobs.

About Power Home Remodeling

Power Home Remodeling is a dream realization company — believing its purpose is to create positive change in everything the company touches — from customers’ homes to employees’ lives to the communities they live and work in. Power realizes this purpose by being people-first. Its employees and customers come before profit and their well-being factors into every business decision. Established in 1992, Power is the nation’s largest, full-service, exterior home remodeler with more than 2,600 employees, over one million customers, and $825 million in annual revenue. Headquartered in the Philadelphia region, Power’s primary product line includes windows, siding, roofing, doors, solar roofing panels, and attic insulation, providing energy-saving solutions to residents across its operating territories, including Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin.

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