Self-Storage Firm Storage Asset Management Hires Project Manager/Analyst, District Manager

Storage Asset Management (SAM), a property-management and consulting firm, has hired Jim Ferguson as project manager/analyst and Jesse Livingston as district manager. Ferguson will supervise projects, analyze operational data and streamline processes for SAM and its managed facilities. Livingston will oversee the company’s properties in Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Storage Asset Management (SAM), a property-management and consulting firm, has hired Jim Ferguson as project manager/analyst and Jesse Livingston as district manager. Ferguson will supervise projects, analyze operational data and streamline processes for SAM and its managed facilities. Livingston will oversee the company’s properties in Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Ferguson was employed for seven years in account management, marketing and sales at SiteLink, a provider of cloud-based facility-management software and payment-processing services for the self-storage industry. Prior to that, he worked at Guilford, a provider of performance textiles, where he designed car interiors. Ferguson earned a Bachelor of Arts in textile technology and design from North Carolina State University.

Livingston has numerous years of management experience overseeing employees in multiple states. He earned a Master of Science in organizational leadership from Southern New Hampshire University. He also holds a graduate certificate in human resource management.

“We are very excited to have Jim and Jesse onboard to continue to expand our company with more resources, knowledge and experience,” said Alyssa Quill, managing partner and vice president.

Founded in 2010 and based in York, Pa., SAM oversees more than 50 self-storage facilities as well as three UPS Stores in 18 states, primarily along the East Coast.

 

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