EcoSystems Eyes New Markets with Expansion of National Sales, String of New Hires
Industry veteran Michael Dillon to lead national sales
EcoSystems announced a series of new hires to support continued growth. This includes the addition of service industry veteran Michael Dillon as vice president of sales, along with a slew of new hires to add capacity for field services and engineering. With increased staffing, EcoSystems is poised to expand into new markets – work that will be headed up by R.J. Mastic, who has led EcoSystems sales team since 2019 and recently moved into a new role to oversee business development in support of these growth initiatives.
Dillon is a veteran sales manager with more than 15 years of experience in water purification, HVAC and lake management. He brings a strong track record of developing and leading successful teams to achieve maximum growth, including revenue generation, sales growth and building and maintaining effective and satisfied sales teams.
“Mike has the perfect blend of operational experience, exemplary leadership and passion for environmental stewardship to lead our growing sales team,” said EcoSystems Co-Founder and CEO Richard Lamondin. “There is no shortage of opportunity when it comes to conserving precious natural resources. Mike’s ability to build relationships and inspire investment in sustainability projects across the real estate industry will undoubtedly help EcoSystems capitalize on these opportunities, and increase the impressive water and energy savings we’ve created to-date.”
Before joining EcoSystems, Dillon was the director of sales for SOLitude Lake Management where he led the sales team through extended periods of growth and market penetration. Dillon is also actively involved in the community as president and founder of RJD Foundation, a non-profit organization providing tuition assistance for vocational education programs at his alma mater, Mercy Career and Technical High School in Philadelphia. A graduate of Manor College, he is based in New Jersey.
“We’ve moved out of the phase where green initiatives and sustainability efforts are a nice-to-have,” said Dillon. “The demand for infrastructure that prioritizes conservation—for communities that value water and energy savings—is soaring. I’m thrilled to help meet that demand and serve EcoSystems’ mission, proving that conservation is good for business.”
In addition to Dillon’s leadership, EcoSystems is also welcoming new talent to support sales initiatives. Clay Brewer and Rick Freistat both joined EcoSystems in June 2022 as sales representatives, along with Evelyn Hausler as the sales operations assistant, and will play a central role in executing ambitious growth strategies.
Tanner Cordero, a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Tanner Leteff, a former EcoSystems crew leader, and Ginger Zeiders, a clean technology veteran, have also joined the company as solutions engineers to provide critical capacity in assessing properties for clients and proposing the best possible solutions.
In addition to these new positions, EcoSystems also promoted John Lacy, who was formerly a project leader, to director of field services. In this capacity, Lacy will oversee 45 project leaders, crew leaders, technicians, and other admin staff to help advance and grow EcoSystems’ presence nationwide. Lacy’s management skills and attention to detail will ensure both the quality and efficiency of EcoSystem’s field work is unsurpassed.