IFS Promotes O’Donnell to Lead New State, Local and Education Financing Unit
NOV 20, 2020 - 7:34 am
Insight Financial Services, a division of Insight Investments, promoted Colleen O’Donnell from vice president and Northwest regional manager to senior vice president and director of the newly created state, local and education (SLED) business unit.
“Under Colleen’s direction we have achieved significant growth in our K-12 originations,” Scott Sullivan, executive vice president of Insight Financial Services, said. “To ensure our continued success, we’ve created a team dedicated to the ongoing expansion in the education space while introducing IFS solutions to adjacent markets such as city, county and state agencies. We’re thrilled to promote Colleen to lead this team. Her exceptional track record and customer-first approach will help the team build on their recent accomplishments to drive new opportunities for the business.”
Since joining IFS in 2008, O’Donnell has helped to grow IFS’ presence in the market by developing opportunities to deliver sustainable IT refresh and lifecycle management programs with flexible leasing solutions. She now will head the IFS SLED team, which consists of a group of IFS technology leasing experts that have experience in delivering customized leasing programs designed to maximize the value of IT equipment.
“With the ever-changing education landscape, our team at IFS is dedicated to helping our customers build predictable budgets and a strategic lifecycle solution,” O’Donnell said. “We are committed to doing the hard work to help navigate these challenging and uncertain times. I am so proud of the team’s success and I look forward to expanding and growing this division at IFS.”
IFS delivers customized leasing solutions for the acquisition of technology, equipment and associated services.
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