Alto-Shaam Promotes Jennifer Voitek to Newly Created Role

Plus, the manufacturer hires two industry veterans as regional sales managers.

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Jennifer Voitek has been promoted to sales enablement manager. Photo courtesy of Alto-Shaam.

Alto-Shaam has announced a series of new appointments to further strengthen support and expertise across the U.S. general market.

Jennifer Voitek, who joined the business in 2021 as regional sales manager for the northeast, has been promoted to the newly created role of sales enablement manager. In her new role, Voitek will be responsible for developing and enhancing key initiatives to further enhance Alto-Shaam’s go-to market strategy. She also will work closely with the sales teams to evaluate current methods and develop processes to further increase efficiencies, as well as leading sales training to improve the sales cycle.

To further enhance regional operator and customer sales and support, Lew Demis has been appointed as new regional sales manager-central, whilst Michael Kelly has been appointed to manage the northeast region, assuming the role previously held by Voitek.

Demis joins Alto-Shaam as a seasoned foodservice equipment industry expert of 18 years. Prior to joining Alto-Shaam, Demis was a national sales manager in the east for a manufacturer of display merchandisers. He also has previously worked as regional sales manager for the Midwest and central regions for another cooking equipment manufacturer.

Kelly also joins Alto-Shaam with extensive industry expertise, including more than 10 years’ of foodservice equipment sales experience. He began his career as a trained chef and has since worked in regional sales and project management across various regions, including northeast, central and Canada.


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