Robert Allen Group promotes executives, managers

New York – In moves designed to strengthen both its contract and residential sales organization, The Robert Allen Group has tripled its executive roster in contract and doubled its residential ranks.

Robert Duban has been named director, contract sales – West. Leslie Beech has joined the company as director, contract sales - East. Both are responsible for new business development and guidance to independent contract sales representatives in their territories.

William Elliot has been promoted to senior manager, contract sales for New York City and New England .

Duban, Beech and Elliot report to Arthur Friedman, vp of commercial accounts, national accounts and key accounts.

Margaret (Maggy) Milford-Altan has been promoted to director, national accounts.

Dan Payne has been promoted to operating vp, residential sales - East. Payne and Tom Titus, who continues as operating vp, residential sales – West, report to Paul Sarazin, senior vp, sales.

Replacing Payne as director, residential sales – Northeast, is Michelle Paul-Bagley. Stefan Lasek has been promoted to replace Paul-Bagley.

Joe Kattenhorn has joined the company as director, residential sales – West, replacing Duban.

Paul-Bagley and Lasek report to Payne; Kattenhorn reports to Titus.

Jeff Cordover, president of The Robert Allen Group, described the changes as “a series of internal promotions that will strengthen our sales leadership and increase our company’s focus on our core businesses.”

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