Marcellene Baugh, BJ Beard and Adam Scheinberg have all been promoted to new positions at Orlando, Fla.-based Massey Services.
Baugh is now vice president of finance and accounting. She started as controller at Massey Services in 2006, when revenue was approximately $60 million. Since then, the company has grown to more than $200 million in annual revenue.
Baugh is responsible for all facets of accounting, reporting and payroll. During her tenure, she has been instrumental in standardizing the accounting processes and procedures to create greater efficiencies and productivity, and most recently played a key role in the implementation of an enterprise resource planning solution for the company.
“Marci’s leadership and dedication have been essential in creating an efficient finance and accounting team that is able to respond quickly in our fast-paced environment,” says President Tony Massey. “She has done a tremendous job in the growth and development of our team members, and we congratulate her on this well-deserved promotion.”
Baugh is actively involved with her church and is passionate about working to find a cure for juvenile diabetes.
Beard has been promoted to director of fleet. He joined Massey Services in 1994 and has held a variety of positions with the company in accounting and fleet. In 2012, he was promoted to fleet manager, where he was responsible for implementing improvements to the ordering process, managing vehicle repairs and branding of more than 1,700 vehicles. Under Beard’s leadership, his team has reduced the lead time of vehicle delivery, streamlined processes and improved vehicle selections, with an environmental focus on fuel efficiency.
“Our fleet management team plays an integral role in maintaining our company’s image, while at the same time remaining focused on controlling expenses by selecting the best vehicles for our service,” says Tony Massey. “BJ’s innovative vision has contributed to the efficient operation of our fleet department, and I have every confidence that he will continue to do a great job leading the team.”
Beard also volunteers as an assistant coach to his daughter’s swim team.
Scheinberg has been promoted to vice president of information technology (IT). He joined Massey Services in 2003 as a systems manager, and was quickly promoted to director of IT, and then senior director of IT in 2008. During his tenure, Scheinberg has been instrumental in the expansion of technological enhancements, including an integrated communication solution, a disaster recovery strategy, exchange server implementation, offsite data mining, redundant virtualized environment and an intranet portal. He is also responsible for the development of a companywide customer relationship management program (CRM) used by hundreds of concurrent users, which has transformed the ease and innovation of sales management.
“Adam’s demonstrated proficiency in the development and utilization of technology has had phenomenal effects on our organization’s ability to effectively capture, transmit, utilize and protect information for our customers and our team members,” says Tony Massey. “His contributions have been instrumental in positioning our company for continued growth and success in all of our markets.”
Scheinberg currently serves as vice president and director of technology for The Mockingbird Foundation, a non-profit that supports music and arts education for children. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Orlando Repertory Theater. He previously served on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando.