Franklin Fueling Systems, the global leader in Total System Solutions™, is pleased to welcome two new Product Managers.
Tammie Scadden has joined Franklin as a Senior Product Manager for Fuel Management Systems. Tammie will be responsible for developing strategies and managing execution for continued profitable growth in the Fuel Management Systems category. Tammie is an accomplished marketing leader with extensive experience in leading marketing and sales teams. Prior to accepting this position, Tammie was the Senior Marketing Manager at American Girl, a division of Mattel, with responsibility for managing a multi-million-dollar business. She has also worked in different roles of increasing responsibilities at CUNA service group and Demco Inc. Tammie has a BS Marketing degree from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a MBA from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. Tammie commented on her new position “I have always been customer focused in my work and I am thrilled to become a part of the Franklin Fueling Systems team, where prioritizing customers and quality products are key values.”
Nicole Keppy has accepted a position as a Product Manager for Service Station Hardware / Transport Systems. Nicole will be responsible for driving profitable growth in the Service Station Hardware and Transport categories. Nicole’s prior employment was with Thermo Fisher Scientific in Madison as a Product Manager. She has made significant contributions in terms of launching new products and managing product life cycle initiatives in various roles of increasing responsibility in her career with Thermo Fisher. Nicole has a BS Molecular Biology degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA in Project Management from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. When asked about the position, Nicole commented "I have significant experience managing product life cycles and I am excited to bring my experience to the Franklin Fueling Systems team."
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