Jesse Kampfer Promoted to Vice President of Business Development

Greenberry is pleased to announce the promotion of Jesse Kampfer to Vice President of Business Development & Estimating. Jesse will be responsible for the leadership of Greenberry’s sales, estimating and marketing team for the Western US and fabrication business units, as well as developing new business opportunities.

Jesse has worked for Greenberry for over 21 years. He came to us from Oregon State University where he had graduated in 1993 with a Construction Engineering Management degree. Jesse began his Greenberry career as a Field Project Engineer for seven years, then managed the Corvallis fabrication shop for two years. In 2007, he moved into an Estimating Manager role. He became a trusted employee for estimating and his practical knowledge has established him with our client base for being accurate with his proposals. He deeply values the relationships he has developed with clients, engineers, and industry partners.

Jesse is a native Oregonian who grew up on a cattle ranch. He enjoys being outdoors, particularly swinging flies for steelhead or touring on his bicycle. Having grown up in the Willamette Valley, Jesse is very involved in the community where he still lives and works. He enjoys raising three children with his wife and living near his extended family.

Jesse is excited for his new role directing the company’s business development while continually building long-term business relationships with customers and industry partners. He reports directly to Jason Pond, Greenberry Industrial President. Jason says, “Jesse’s energy and leadership skills have made him an instrumental member of the Greenberry family. His competitive drive has helped grow Greenberry through the years and we look forward to his direction for the Northwest.”

Read more about Jesse in Portland Business Journal’s People on the Move and download his contact information today: https://www.bizjournals.com/portland/potmsearch/detail/submission/6450004.

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