Kirkland resident Morgan Preston has been promoted to director of recruiting at AIL-Altig in Redmond. Contributed photo

Kirkland resident Morgan Preston promoted to director of recruiting with Altig

  • Friday, February 24, 2017 2:29pm
  • Business

Kirkland resident Morgan Preston has been promoted to director of recruiting at AIL-Altig in Redmond.

Preston joined AIL-Altig in 2010 at the Virginia Beach office. After being appointed to master general agent in Virginia, Preston’s results in recruiting led to her joining AIL-Altig’s support office located in Redmond as a recruiting coordinator in 2013. Just one year later, Preston was named recruiting manager, and has been instrumental in growing Altig by 20 percent in new associates each year.

In December of 2016, Preston was promoted to director of recruiting and oversees all AIL-Altig recruiting efforts and communications.

Originally from upstate New York, Preston earned her Bachelor’s Degree in social work from Old Dominion University in Virginia and currently resides in Kirkland.

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