Timely Signs of Kingston staff member graduates from the Ulster Leadership Development Institute.
Tyson McCasland of Timely Signs graduated from the Ulster Leadership Development Institute offered by the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce. McCasland joins fellow staff member graduates Joe Beichert ‘09 and Nora Scandariato ’10. The program which began 19 years ago is a community leadership-training program which educates future leaders on the community, local and state government, law enforcement, arts, cultural and community development.
McCasland has been with Timely signs for 10 years; beginning as an intern then working his way through the organization to production manager, and now his current position as sales associate.
“After graduating from ULDI myself I thought it was the perfect program for our managers” said Joe Beichert, Vice President. “I think Tyson will be able to take what he’s learned about leadership and implement it into his role here at Timely Signs.”
Tyson lives in Kingston with his fiancé, Jodie Esposito.