Billhighway Expands Growth Team

New hires

Here we grow again! L to R: Anna Salvaggio; Julie Van Ameyde; Carolyn Nowaske. Center: Tracy-Ann Palmer, Chief Growth Officer

We’re proud to announce the expansion of our Growth Team with three strategic hires. Each team member will help Billhighway elevate its market presence within the nonprofit sector, helping organizations improve financial operations, increase revenue, save time and advance their mission.

Carolyn Nowaske joins the team as Growth Consultant, bringing sales leadership in IT and business-to-business sales, account management and business development.  Nowaske was previously Sales Account Executive at HTC Global Services, Inc., where she managed strategic accounts for IT consulting and business process outsourcing. Nowaske is a graduate of Michigan State University’s Broad School of Business.

Julie Van Ameyde also joins Billhighway as Growth Consultant. Van Ameyde brings more than 20 years of successful technology sales and marketing experience to nonprofit, technology start-up and Fortune 500 sectors. She most recently served as Business Development Consultant at SpaTech Marketing, LLC. With a significant professional background in business-to-business technology sales, Van Ameyde holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Economics from Oakland University and has completed graduate coursework at Walsh College.

Anna Salvaggio serves as Billhighway Growth Intern.  Salvaggio is entering her junior year at Western Michigan University, Haworth College of Business. A member of the Detroit Tigers DTE Energy Squad, Salvaggio serves as Vice President of Programming for the Alpha Xi Delta sorority at Western Michigan University.

Notes Tracy-Ann Palmer, Chief Growth Officer of Billhighway, “We’re thrilled to expand the Billhighway Growth Team with these talented and high-performing sales professionals.  With new, innovative technology offerings developed for a wide sector of national nonprofits, these sales leaders embrace Billhighway’s commitment to help member- and donor-based organizations improve financial management and conserve their operating funds for their core missions.”

Welcome, team!