PANCHO D. HALL
Chief Operating Officer and Group President
Pancho Hall joined TAG Holdings in December 2016. As chief operating officer and group president, his responsibilities include directing and supporting the activities of company leaders in the development and execution of growth strategies.
Mr. Hall completed his undergraduate studies at the General Motors Institute in 1983, earning a BSME. He earned an MSME from the University of Michigan in 1985 and in 1989 he earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Executive Program.
Mr. Hall joined AT&T as a common channel interoffice signaling coordinator in 1985 and converted the largest region in AT&T over to internet. He was later promoted to sales staff director where he led the central region pilot that ultimately launched Lucent Technologies, Inc., now known as Alcatel-Lucent.
After leaving AT&T, Mr. Hall joined PFS supporting PepsiCo Restaurants in 1993 where he served as director of market services responsible for $1 billion in sales. In this position, he launched and oversaw two start-ups; consumer research and worker’s compensation intake call center. Mr. Hall later moved into the position of general manager for Pepsi where he led the national redevelopment of standard operating procedures for all processes from buyers’ office to instore, oversaw all personnel, facilities, plants and resources in his territory including a $5 million local marketing budget. He was recognized for achieving profit target goals each quarter.
Mr. Hall joined Frito Lay in 2003 as vice president of the company’s largest region. He was responsible for over 7,000 people including general managers, vice presidents, sales, human resources and finance. His team was recognized in 2005 for the top people scorecard performance and summer execution.
In 2006, Mr. Hall was recruited by T-Mobile as the US 3PO leader for 10,000-dealer stores and 45,000 people. He was later promoted to senior vice president where he was responsible for a $5 billion P&L, 500 corporate stores, 2500 national account stores and 2500 dealer stores. As a result of growing market share and increasing sales and profits, Mr. Hall and his team won seven JD Power Awards.
Mr. Hall joined Constellation, an Exelon company, in 2013 as the chief sales officer for Constellation and the senior vice president for Exelon. He led a team of vice presidents and senior vice presidents responsible for regional, government and national accounts, as well as all support functions for the $10 billion Constellation deregulated business. His team delivered profit expectations which had been missed since 2007. They successfully generated profit performance better than expectations every quarter, beating full year targets in July for 2014, raising the targets by 40% for 2015 and beating those full year targets by June for 2015.
Mr. Hall currently serves on the executive board of City Year Detroit. Previous board affiliations include Bank of America, United Way, Executive Boards Chamber of Commerce, Wadsworth Academy and Big Brothers.
Anthony Jackson brings over 29 years of experience to his position of group president. He is responsible for overseeing Shared Vision,
Barton Manufacturing and
Air Caster (a Barton subsidiary).
After earning a B.S. in chemical engineering in 1982 from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, Mr. Jackson accepted a project engineer position at Monsanto Chemical Company where his responsibilities included designing and implementing cost savings programs for carpet fiber facilities. His next two positions with the company focused on streamlining product development and launch time, and reducing overall systems cost. His last position with the company was as a senior sales representative where he was successful in developing and executing marketing strategies to penetrate new industries. Mr. Jackson earned a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology while employed with Monsanto Chemical Company.
Mr. Jackson joined Advanced Elastomer Systems: LP in 1991. In the position of market manager, he developed and implemented global strategies to meet short and long-term corporate targets. The strategies resulted in double-digit growth in the plumbing, food, industrial hose and hardware markets.
Mr. Jackson’s next career move was to General Electric Plastics. He spent six years in positions of increasing responsibility starting with a field market development position where he developed new applications for the industrial HVAC market. He moved on to an application manager position where he created new tools and products that increased revenue by $10 million. His last position with the company was market development manager for the GM Truck Group, he secured over $11 million in new business and introduced three new products.
Just prior to joining TAG Holdings, Mr. Jackson held the position of vice-president of the General Motors and Chrysler business unit at Netshape International, LLC. In this role, his responsibilities including developing the energy management bumper market at General Motors and Chrysler. He helped grow the business from zero to $34 million.
Mr. Jackson joined Vibration Control Technologies, LLC, a TAG Holdings subsidiary, as the director of sales – North America in 2001. In 2011 he accepted the position of vice president of sales and marketing for TAG Holdings.