Bubbler executive appointments and awards

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:50 am

Time Warner Cable hires new Wisconsin director
Time Warner Cable has hired Dan Schmitz to be the director of operation’s for TWC Business Services in Wisconsin.
In the role, Schmitz will support the Business Services team, helping them expand the business and provide customer service in Wisconsin.
Schmitz previously worked at Structured Broadband Services in Tucson, Ariz., where he served as vice president.
Many TWC leaders will report to Schmitz, including the Wisconsin Business Class project coordinator, project managers, technical operations supervisors and field engineer supervisors.
“Dan brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Time Warner Cable Business Services,” said Paul Dasbach, vice president of operations for Business Services, Midwest region. “He has led teams in the startup of new operations and construction of fiber, coaxial, twisted pair and wireless networks. Dan has a solid track record of launching and supporting new services in competitive markets.”

Morin to retire from Kahler Slater
Kahler Slater announced today that Jill Morin, one of the design firm’s three executive officers, is retiring from the company.
George Meyer and Jim Rasche, each named as co-executive officers with Morin in 2001, will continue to lead the Milwaukee firm, supported by a team of 17 principal owners and a creative staff.
Morin, who has been with Kahler Slater for 20 years, said that her passion for writing, initially ignited as a college journalism major, deepened even more while developing and writing her business book “Better Make It Real” (Praeger, 2010), a chronicle, created for executives and entrepreneurs, of Kahler Slater’s design philosophy and approach.
“I’m very excited about this new chapter in my life, where writing will play a more central role, as avocation or vocation or both,” said Morin.  “And while it’s difficult to leave my talented friends and colleagues at Kahler Slater behind, I know that the firm is strongly positioned for continued success.”
Morin will remain involved in the community, including her current role as co-chair of Creative Alliance Milwaukee, a new organization dedicated to linking, leveraging and growing the creative industry throughout the region.
“Jill has brought tremendous strengths in strategy, marketing, communications, and community relations to Kahler Slater, and has done an excellent job in mentoring other key staff in these areas,” Meyer said.
“As an organization, Kahler Slater encourages people to find and follow their passion,” Rasche said. “So while we will all miss Jill, we greatly support her.”
Morin will participate in the leadership transition through August.


Sign up for BizTimes Daily Alerts

Stay up-to-date on the people, companies and issues that impact business in Milwaukee and Southeast Wisconsin

No posts to display