Omni Workspace Names Regional VP for Fort Worth-Based Turnkey Project Services

June 8, 2024 | by

Geri Hieronymus has been named regional vice president of sales for Turnkey Project Services, a Fort Worth-based commercial furniture and facility services company that is part of Omni Workspace.

Fort Worth-based Turnkey Project Services, established in 1998, joined Omni’s portfolio of brands last summer.

“Geri brings enthusiasm, knowledge, and experience, which will enhance our clients’ experience. I am confident that her interpersonal skills and sales acumen will inspire and enhance the Turnkey team,” Omni Workspace CEO Carlene Wilson said in a statement.

Turnkey offers an end-to-end partnership through furniture, technology, and service capabilities. The company said it aims to “connect people through creative applications of architecture, furniture, and technology while delivering environments that are compelling, high-performing, and human-centric.”

In her new role, Hieronymus will lead sales initiatives across the organization, orchestrating efforts to elevate customer experience and satisfaction. She is committed to surpassing expectations and cultivating enduring client partnerships.

Hieronymus brings over 20 years of sales experience in contract furniture, including representing manufacturers and dealers in sales, space planning, and design, and supporting the needs of clients and key influencers.

Hieronymus said she was excited to embrace her new role in a company that ” has established an extraordinary reputation over the last 25 years,” adding that she envisioned a bright future for Turnkey.

“The talented team I am inheriting will be the foundation for future expansion as we grow into Omni’s plans for the organization,” Hieronymus said in a statement. “Leveraging the resources Omni offers will bring our excellence in client services to an entirely new level, and I’m thrilled to be part of it.”

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