AUSTELL, Ga., March 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- YKK AP America, Inc. (YKK AP) is excited to announce the hiring of Jamilla Walcott as Director, Marketing and Product Management. In her role, Walcott will oversee all marketing team members and functional areas including marketing, communications, brand and product management, and architectural services/national accounts.
"We're thrilled to add Jamilla to our team, and she will play a key role in our marketing and communications efforts as we continue to grow and expand across the country," said Oliver Stepe, senior vice president, YKK AP America. "Her marketing proficiencies and building products' expertise brings a strong dynamic to the team as we aim to build the most trusted architectural products company in the U.S."
Walcott earned a bachelor's degree in marketing management from Syracuse University and holds an MBA from Wichita State University. After serving honorably in the U.S. Air Force as a logistics support officer, Walcott held roles of increasing responsibility in marketing and product management. She has experience in consumer and B-to-B marketing, as well as a familiarity in building products and manufacturing.
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About YKK AP America
YKK AP America Inc. manufactures entrances, storefronts, curtain walls, window walls, sunshades, windows and sliding doors for office buildings, residential high-rises, schools, stadiums, shopping centers and institutional structures. All building products are manufactured in Dublin, Ga. in ISO 14001 certified facilities that operate in a sustainable manner by reducing pollution and waste. The company is also recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy for Exceptional Leadership in Industrial Energy Efficiency. YKK AP America is based in Austell, Ga. and is a subsidiary of YKK Corporation of America, whose parent company is global manufacturer YKK Corporation of Japan. For more information, visit www.ykkap.com and follow YKK AP on Twitter and YouTube.
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