The NextPage Team Continues to Grow!

The NextPage team continues to grow with the additions of Lori Wiesner and Cheryl Myers.

Lori Wiesner

Lori was destined to work in the print industry. After attending a Graphic Arts program in high school, and graduating from the University of Central Missouri with a degree in Commercial Art, she began her career as a designer. She honed her craft, moving on to become an Art Director before her desire to be in sales took over.

“I love meeting new people, building trusted relationships as we find solutions and solve problems, and helping my clients succeed.”

Lori Wiesner, Account Executive

Lori’s unique combination of people skills and hands on experience allowed her to quickly excel in her new role as a Sales Executive. After spending six years with ChromaGraphics, and four more at Constable-Hodgins Printing Company, she began brokering print and specialty items on her own. It wasn’t long until she was eager to get back into the printing industry. After spending three years with Richardson Communications Group, an opportunity at NextPage presented itself.

“Making the move to NextPage came with many factors to be considered but, as I began meeting the leadership and teams, learning about the capabilities, and ultimately toured the facility – that decision became very easy! It’s apparent that NextPage hasn’t merely kept up with the evolution of print and marketing – they have led the way. That’s a pretty exciting position to be in, as a sales rep!”

We’re excited to have Lori on our team and look forward to continuing to grow together.

Cheryl Myers

Cheryl’s love for print started at a very young age. After growing up with a little press in her basement, the defining moment for her happened in high school. “I was a yearbook editor and went to the printer to watch the covers being printed. That was the deciding factor on what I wanted to study in college.”

Cheryl Myers, Project Manager

When Cheryl isn’t coordinating projects or assisting clients, you can find her spending time with her family or working on various home improvement projects.

The NextPage team is delighted to have a new Project Manager with Cheryl’s enthusiasm and experience. “It’s so rewarding to see the end product in use around town. Our clients are appreciative of the way we keep projects organized, communicate updates and complete the job on schedule. I couldn’t do it without the whole crew supporting me as they do.”