Megan Kitchner – Owner, General Manager
As a young woman, Megan Kitchner learned the precast trade from her father, Tris Ditcher and grandfather, Jack Ditcher. Megan has grounded her business in the values that were passed down by her predecessors: excellence, camaraderie, and hard work. These values continue to guide and inspire Megan and the employees of Atlantic TNG today.
To wit: In addition to leading Atlantic TNG through the recession and growth spurt, Megan is involved with the precast concrete industry on a national level. In 2017 Megan joined her National Precast Association cohorts in the very first ever NPCA Leadership Group which consisted of an intensive 12-month program focused on personal growth and workplace leadership.
Megan proudly served two terms as the first female President of the Precast Concrete Structures Association of Florida in 2017 and 2018. The PCSA offers precast training and certification classes, in addition to working with the Florida Department of Transportation on industry-wide issues. The association, which counts nearly every underground structure manufacturer in Florida as a member, was founded in 1983 to help bring standardization to the dimensions of drainage components.
Fred McGee, NPCA Executive Director, says “Kitchner’s affable nature and hands-on approach are just some of the attributes that make her an excellent leader. “She’s very forthright and honest. She’s not a wallflower. She will standup for what she believes in.”