CENTRIA Bolsters Product Management Team
a pair of exciting personnel enhancements to the product management
team, including the promotion of CENTRIA's own Jeff Peskowitz to
oversee the product management department and the new hire of
Kimberly Rager, Product Manager, Insulated Metal Panels.
marketing and business development executive in the building
products industry, Peskowitz joined CENTRIA's product management
team in early 2015 as Product Manager, Profile and MCM products.
His role quickly expanded to incorporate CENTRIA's growing
portfolio of rainscreen cladding systems including the innovative
insulated composite backup panel system. His supervision and
leadership were critical to the launch of a number of new products
and initiatives. His distinguished career encompasses over 32 years
of product management and leadership experience.
"Jeff Peskowitz's background showcases an exceptional
combination of industry knowledge, marketing insight and business
acumen," said Vice President of Marketing Laura Phelan, NCI
Building Systems Inc. "He is uniquely positioned to lead
CENTRIA's product management team to new heights, and we look
forward to his continued success."
In his new role as Manager of Product Management, Peskowitz is
responsible for all product management activities and
cross-functional collaboration with sales, operations, brand
marketing, engineering and research & development to drive
product strategies and tactics for growth.
New Product Manager,
Insulated Metal Panels Kimberly Rager brings a wealth of experience
in marketing and product management. Most recently, she served as
Marketing Manager - Innovation with Pittsburgh, Pa.-based PPG
Industries, Inc., a leading supplier of paints, coatings, specialty
materials and fiberglass. In her new role, Rager will oversee
strategic product planning, sales strategy and market analysis for
Formawall Dimension Series and Graphix Series, CENTRIA's
premier line of insulated metal panels, as well as the
Versawall and Versapanel industrial commercial foam
Rager earned her Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from
the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown and her Master of Business
Administration, Innovation Management from Carlow University.