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Pearson-Kelly Adds 7 to its Team


After an unpredictable 2020, Pearson-Kelly is thrilled to announce the hiring of seven new people to the PKT team.

Amanda Nevill, Field Sales Manager

Amanda comes to Pearson-Kelly with over 15 years experience selling within the technology industry. In that time, she worked with businesses looking for technical talent, software solutions and other managed services. As part of her new role, she’ll manage PKT’s outside sales team.

Bobby Overstreet, Virtual Chief Information Officer (vCIO)

Bobby has worked for multiple managed service providers and as an internal IT specialist during his more than 15 years experience in technology. As vCIO, he is responsible for consulting with businesses across Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas on their technical infrastructure and overall environment.

Lori Aldrich, Brice Chavez & Trent Feuerbacher, Account Managers 

Lori, Brice and Trent all joined the sales team at Pearson-Kelly Technology as Account Managers. Their main responsibilities are driving business development in Springfield and the surrounding areas, as well as managing Pearson-Kelly current accounts.

Mitchell Hewett, Network Administrator

Mitchell has worked as an IT Director and Network Administrator with experience in banking, managed IT services and cabling for various businesses across Southwest Missouri. As Pearson-Kelly’s newest Network Administrator, he is responsible for leading our clients through complex technical issues and handling large client projects.

Shawn Ingwerson, Helpdesk Technician

Shawn is the latest addition to Pearson-Kelly Technology’s internal helpdesk team. Shawn splits his time between Pearson-Kelly Technology and client offices as an on-site resource. As part of helpdesk, he’s responsible for basic triage and troubleshooting of technology.

Make sure to check our Indeed page for more job postings in sales, IT and finance coming soon!


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