Christopher Signorelli and Kayla Bush have been named to new positions with Security America, the loss-prevention company that provides security and safety services to industry and businesses.
Signorelli has been named the company's new vice president of marketing after having been a division field manager for Security America, while Bush is joining the firm founded in Charleston in 1982.
He previously worked as a marketing executive for the company before moving to Raleigh, N.C., for six years to work as the group sales director for minor league baseball's Carolina Mudcats.
Earlier in his career with Security America, he served as an account supervisor and personnel assistant. A native of Charleston, he earned a marketing degree from West Virginia University.
Bush is Security America's new vice president of administration. Her duties include overseeing the administration staff's activities and duties, accounting and enforcing company policies and procedures.
She holds a degree in accounting and management from Glenville State College and has been a senior tax accountant with a regional CPA firm, an oil and gas company accountant and has operated her own business.
T. William Signorelli, the company's CEO and president, founded the company. Besides the company's corporate office on Chesterfield Avenue in Charleston, it also has two branch offices in Ohio, in Columbus and Steubenville, Ohio, and another in Pittsburgh.