Meg Duran-Roughan attended Cal Poly Pomona and the University of La Verne. Prior to founding PKG, she worked as a printing coordinator for a major corporation, an outside sales rep in graphic and printing sales, and owned a clothing graphics company. Her diverse work experience in the printing industry, combined with her husband’s packaging expertise, resulted in the formation of PKG Packaging in 1987.
Frank Roughan graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in marketing. Frank worked as a management trainee at Zellerbach Paper Company, and became the lead salesmen at a major packaging supplier. With over thirty years of sales and packaging experience, Frank has helped PKG Packaging become a leader in custom packaging design, manufacturing and distribution.
Prior to joining PKG Packaging, Craig Swett was VP of Business Development for Geomentum, where he led strategic growth efforts across verticals for the Midwest and Southern regions. In 2005 Craig acquired Master Sowers, LLC, a retail marketing company providing brand strategies for new products. Under his leadership the company grew by 40% in three-and-a-half years.
Before that, Craig served as Director of the Americas Sales Region for Molex Inc., a manufacturer of interconnect devices. He started with Molex as a Multinational Accounts Manager with a $1 million dollar sales portfolio. During his 20 year tenure he increased North American sales to $1 billion and oversaw seven regional managers.In 2008 Craig founded Kuza Project in Tanzania, a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to bringing hope and opportunity to families living in extreme poverty. He is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Carlos Rodriguez was on the cross country track team in high school. He liked cross country so much he got a Class A truck driver’s license. With many miles behind him, Carlos started as a driver for PKG Packaging in 2004 and was later promoted to warehouse order picker, then warehouse manager and shipping supervisor. Throughout his tenure with PKG Packaging Carlos has continued his education, which includes classes on quality, sustainability and packaging design. In 2012 Carlos was promoted to customer service representative and currently holds the position of customer service manager. And just like when he ran cross country, he’s still going the extra mile—now with our customers.