Kyyba Names New Vice President-East Region


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FARMINGTON HILLS — Kyyba Inc. President and CEO Tel Ganesan announced Kevin Fitzgerald as Vice President-East Region. 

As Vice President-East Region, Fitzgerald will be responsible for expanding Kyyba's services to a new client base in the region.

"Kevin has more than 25 years of experience in the professional services staffing industry. He knows how to build successful business centers and teams. I know our East Region will benefit from his expertise," Ganesan said.

Fitzgerald's background includes working with clients on a local, regional and national level, primarily within the IT industry. He has provided professional services in the engineering and financial marketplace as well.

Kyyba's recent growth has called for an increase in experienced professionals who can put in the hard work needed to bring Kyyba to the next level. Ganesan has a vision which requires the best talent in the industry, talent like Fitzgerald.

"Kevin has the ability to establish and maintain key professional relationships," said Ganesan. "He is considered a trusted advisor by his clients. I'm happy he's on our team."

Fitzgerald earned his bachelor's degree in business administration management from Pace University, New York and currently resides in New Jersey.

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