KLC Financial Adds Sorensen and Kutsch, Promotes Uhlenhopp and Van Keulen

KLC Financial hired Brett Sorensen as vice president of sales & marketing and Leah Kutsch as a credit analyst. The company also promoted Gyles Uhlenhopp into program development and Nicole Van Keulen into business development.

Sorensen will focus on streamlining the organization’s emphasis on growth. He joins the organization with knowledge in finance and organizational development. Most recently, Sorensen worked for ComputeNorth as the general manager of asset optimization.

Uhlenhopp continues to grow in the organization, adding vendor program development to his role. This will add a focus on finding, vetting and advancing vendor relationships to drive partner-driven growth. In addition, he will continue to lead the marketing department.

Van Keulen joins the business development team after her strong tenure as an account manager. This elevation allows her to leverage her strong industry relationships and tenacious attitude to help drive more sales for the organization.

Kutsch comes to KLC with strong equipment finance and credit experience. Most recently, Kutsch worked in equipment finance at Wells Fargo and the finance department for the City of Waconia.

“This represents an important milestone for KLC. We’re extremely pleased to have Brett join the team and are excited about what he brings to the table,” Spencer Thomas, CEO of KLC Financial, said. “In addition, we’re happy to see amazing team members like Gyles and Nicole progress in our company and their careers.”

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