JGA Announces Ed Doyle Vice President Of Operations


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Southfield-based JGA, a branded environments firm, has announced Ed Doyle vice president of operations. In his new role, Doyle will support strategic growth and oversee day-to-day operations, including project implementation, business development support, client success, and staff operations and development.

“In addition to being an award-winning, registered architect, Ed is a proven, results-oriented leader with the breadth and depth of knowledge across retail, mixed-use, commercial, and public sector projects emphasizing teamwork, collaboration, and value,” says Joanne Healy, JGA executive vice president and chief strategy officer. “He has significant experience in building and leveraging top-tier teams that are accountable and respected for their skills and accomplishments.”

Before coming to JGA, Doyle held roles including director of store design and construction at Art Van Furniture, and senior design project manager and lead program manager of sustainability at Target Corporation.

Doyle has a Master of Business Administration from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, and a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from the University of Illinois.

JGA was founded in 1971 and has worked with brands including Hershey’s, Sleep Number, Sundance, Blue Nile, and Whole Foods Market.

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