Tresco Lighting names director of lighting

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky.--Rev-A-Shelf LLC., the manufacturer of storage, organization, and L.E.D. lighting accessories has named Shelley Morgan as Director of Tresco Lighting. 

Morgan has more than 20 years of electrical and lighting experience, starting as a sales manager for power converters, D.C. Ballasts, and generator transfer switches and later transitioned to fixtures. Most recently, she served as Business Development Manager, Professional Lighting Services. Before that, Morgan held the position of National Sales Manager, Beghelli U.S.A., and C.E.O., Neri North America.

"Shelley is the right leader for Tresco®," said David Noe, Rev-A-Shelf General Manager. "Shelley's extensive lighting background and business development skills will help Tresco®  strengthen channel partnerships, develop strategic alliances and expand our sales presence."

"I am excited to work alongside the entire Tresco® Lighting and Rev-a-Shelf teams to create new opportunities within existing markets and collaborate on new market and channel expansion," said Shelley Morgan. 

Morgan received a B.S. in Business Management and Administration with a second concentration in Finance and Accounting from Indiana University and is a member of A.I.A., I.E.S., NAWIC, and U.L.I. 

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