Sho-Link Incorporated, an installation and dismantle service company, named a vice president of business operations.
Colleen Johnson will work closely with Sho-Link’s president Scott Rudel in developing and implementing policies and strategic plans for future growth and continued strong service levels. Johnson also oversees legal, information technology and human resources for the company.
“Promoting Colleen was long overdue, and her new role with Sho-Link will be very apparent and welcome. Colleen’s ethics and ability to motivate people has always been a great inspiration. Her open mindedness in resolving issues while holding to her core values helps keep us all energetic and focused to making Sho-Link a place that you want to come to work each day,” Rudel stated.
Johnson started her career with Sho-Link back in 1993 as the office manager with a staff of one (herself). In the next 21 years, her input with Sho-Link has factored in both its growth and policies. As the company grew, she continued to be responsible for mentoring and developing new additional office staff.
“We have great people associated with Sho-Link and knowing that the entire corporate staff supports Colleen does nothing but improve the team,” added Rudel.
In 2001, Johnson was promoted to director of administration and took on new responsibilities, which included taking on further financial oversight as well as some marketing responsibilities. In 2010, Johnson took a leave from Sho-Link to help organize and become the general manager of another labor company. In 2012, Johnson completed her role with Specialized Onsite Services and returned to Sho-Link in her previous role.