PAIRIN Welcomes Carli Tegtmeier as New VP of Sales

PAIRIN, the workforce journey company, today announced the addition of Carli Tegtmeier as the new Vice President of Sales. Carli is an established sales leader in the field of education technology and brings a wealth of expertise to the expanding PAIRIN team having sold to Higher Education, K12, Corporate and Government entities over the past decade. 

“We’re honored and excited to have Carli join our team as we continue to grow and expand our relationships with education, workforce and government entities,” said Michael Simpson, Chairman and CEO. “Carli has an impeccable track record of sales growth, is a natural leader and strategist, and has all the attributes needed to help our company continue to scale up.” 

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In her previous role, Carli served as VP of Sales for Pronto, an early stage SaaS startup dedicated to improving communication and collaboration for teams and classrooms. In this position, Carli scaled the sales team from two to 16 employees in six months, and increased annual recurring revenue for the company by 800 percent in her first year. 

Carli’s work experience also includes over seven years with Instructure, Inc., a global educational technology provider. There she led the highest revenue-generating team in the company and contributed to a 2800 percent growth in revenue as Instructure, Inc. moved from startup to IPO. 

“At a time when unemployment is at record highs, and career mobility is out of reach for many, I’m proud to join the PAIRIN team and help further its mission to make employment more equitable and accessible for all,” said Carli Tegtmeier. “2020 was a year with many challenges, and I’m excited to start the New Year strong by empowering education and government employees with PAIRIN’s innovative technology.” 

Carli is deeply passionate about helping disadvantaged groups of people through education and development, and acts as a mentor for young professionals through her affiliations with Utah Women in Sales and Girl Who Code.