Power Home Remodeling Announces Four Strategic Corporate Promotions

PHILADELPHIA, January 30, 2019 — Power Home Remodeling (Power), the nation’s largest full-service exterior home remodeling company, today announced four key appointments at its corporate headquarters, including the promotion of Chelsea Sullivan to vice president of cultural development. Lillian Humphrey has been promoted to director of cultural diversity & inclusion, Shannon Prettyman will serve as director of special events and Butch Tanesco has been promoted to director of technical support services.

“I am so proud to announce the promotions of Chelsea, Lillian, Shannon and Butch. In each of their roles, they have demonstrated a strong passion for their work and a commitment to contributing to the growth of the company,” said Power co-CEO Asher Raphael. “Power hasn’t become one of the most recognized workplace cultures in the country through luck or by accident; we’ve built our success by developing the talented people that make this company a more diverse, inclusive, and energizing environment, and all four of these leaders epitomize that spirit.”

Sullivan joined Power in 2012 as a scheduling agent intern and rose through the ranks of office manager, event coordinator, and director of special events over the past six years. In her new role as vice president of cultural development. Sullivan will oversee bringing Power’s culture to life through events and experiences– efforts designed to enrich the lives and well-being of Power’s 2,400 employees.

What I love about working at Power is the camaraderie among all of us,” said Sullivan. “Being able to lead a department that specializes in building that camaraderie is one of the most rewarding aspects of my career at Power and is something that motivates me to come to work every day.”

Humphrey started her career with Power in 2007 as a part-time support member for the contact center and soon became a full-time employee within the operations department. Her career highlights at Power include launching Power’s first Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Summit, organizing its first annual Power of Giving donation drive and leading the Power Next Generation high school internship program. This year, she helped to develop Power’s volunteer time-off (VTO) policy, which was enacted in August.

Prettyman started at Power in 2014 as an intern in the talent acquisition department. She soon transitioned into a full-time role on the Special Events team, filling the roles of coordinator and manager before assuming her new role as director.

Tanesco has been working at Power since 2012 and has played an integral role in the development of the company’s first ever mobile sales kits and first data center. He brings extensive experience and expertise in hardware, software, customer service and career development to his new role in the company’s business technology department. As a director, he will be responsible for leading the technology support services team and will report to Timothy Wenhold, Chief Innovation Officer and Partner.

Power Home Remodeling was recently ranked #15 on Glassdoor’s 2019 Best Places to Work list – a result of its ability to offer engaging, fulfilling career opportunities where employees thrive. To learn more about Power and view career opportunities available in its 14 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 2,400 employees, 500,000 customers and $700 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: 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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