DeskMakers Adds New Talent to Product Design Team

Hires Shaina Panzer as Director of Product Development

LOS ANGELES (April 15, 2015)—DeskMakers is excited to welcome Director of Product Development Shaina Panzer. The newest addition to the staff, Panzer will oversee the enhancement of existing products and the creation of new designs and styles.

“Shaina’s track record makes her an excellent addition to our team,” says DeskMakers CEO Phil Polishook. “Her experience and passion for furniture design will provide DeskMakers with a great new resource.”

Panzer comes from an interior design background. She received a B.S. in interior design from Art Institutes International in Minnesota. Panzer also worked in interior design at a residential architecture firm, before joining Nevers Industries in her most recent post.

“I was a key member of the senior team that helped the company to grow over 35 percent in the last couple of years,” says Panzer on her time at Nevers Industries. “In addition to product development, I also oversaw marketing and was extensively involved in the sales process.”

Panzer is a LEED Accredited Professional and belongs to both the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).

Panzer’s commitment to excellence and passion for her work will help drive DeskMakers success into the future. “I love design and the challenge of engineering,” says Panzer, “and I am very excited for my new role at DeskMakers.”
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