Human Resources

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm" - Pepi Saitoski



Pepi Saitoski (Director of Human Resources)


Pepi, full name Shpresime Saitoski, originally from Albania. She moved to Wisconsin at the age of 2 years old. Pepi grew up in Racine, WI and after high school decided to pursue Business Administration at a local community college, UW Parkside. While spending a year at Parkside, she realized she wanted something more. Pepi ended up transferring to the University of Milwaukee where she changed her major to Health Care Administration and minor in Business Administration.

Pepi’s last semester of college she interned at one of Milwaukee’s biggest and most notarized health care facilities. There she realized that it didn’t matter how large a company or their notary was, it wasn’t the atmosphere or culture she truly wanted to be a part of. “The team environment within the office has a big influence on how successful one actually is, and it’s a huge impact on how well I wanted to perform on a daily basis.”  Pepi admits.

After graduating in December of 2011 she immediately found her position at InStile Acquisitions after their expansion here. Pepi values working with InStile Acquisitions for several reasons, and the culture is certainly one of them.

“Now from working at InStile, it has shown how dedication and strong work ethic can lead a company to succeed, expand and I’ve witnessed that first hand. The coolest part of my job is watching others become success and reach their professional goals, all-along while I’m reaching mine. It is by far the greatest feeling!”

Pepi admits, “It feels rewarding being more than just a Human Resource Manager, but more so a business partner to Morgan Stiles, working and watching her to expand this organization.”

Pepi wishes to help InStile Acquisitions exceed and grow to reach all of their goals within the company.



photo(2)Rosie Strahsburg (Human Resources Coordinator, Milwaukee, WI. Office):

Rosie Strahsburg was born in Rockford, IL and raised in Northeast Ohio. At the young age of 5, she began participating in waterskiing with her local competitive water ski show team, The Chippewa Lake Water Ski Show Team.

She competed at a Division 1 National level for the past 8 years. This includes placing in the top 10 at the Division 1 and winning 1st at the Division 2 National Championships. She also competed in individual show skiing events, taking 5th place in Division 1 Regional doubles competition.

During this time she managed multiple members in certain ski acts and learned how to public speak and perform in front of thousands at National levels.

After graduating from Bethel School of Ministry in Redding, California for theology, she attended a few years at Cuyahoga Community College and The University of Akron pursuing a bachelor’s degree of science in nursing.

Once working at the Cleveland Clinic as a Nursing Assistant and pursuing nursing, she decided to change her career route. InStile Acquisitions became the opening for advancement and a lifelong career that Rosie was pursuing.





Diane Stiles (Human Resources Manager, Dayton, OH. Office)

Diane was born and raised in a small town in Ohio.  She still lives in that same small town where she raised 3 beautiful daughters. Diane went to Chippewa High School where she met my husband who she’s  been married to for 27 years and counting, believe it or not they were high school sweethearts.

After high school Diane entered in the hospitality field and was a waitress for many years. She enjoyed that very much, Diane states “I am a people person. I’ve never met a stranger.”

After Diane married and started raising a family she was very fortunate to be a stay at home mom. “Yes its not very glamorous at times but the most important and rewarding job I’ve ever had. When the girls became a little older I worked part time at the school. That is when I entered into the Educational Field the hours were perfect same schedules as my girls, I didn’t miss out on them growing up and still able to get out be productive. I loved working with the kids, seeing them grow and become more independent” Diane expressed. She worked in the education field for 17 years before starting her next venture.

Diane is  now the Human Resource Manager for InStile Acquisitions, Inc. Dayton Office. “When hired upon, I did feel out of my comfort zone a little but being the people person I am, very thankful for this opportunity and I love it! I’m learning something new every day about the business. It takes team work, dedication to make a company grow and I’m all about that. I really enjoy working with our InStile team, I want not only to see our company expand and to see each individual at InStile Acquisitions, Inc. reach their individual goals” Diane addressed.



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April Kreush (Human Resources Manager, Madison, WI. Office)

April grew up in West Allis, WI, a small town in Milwaukee.  She attended her freshman year of college at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI.  While there she studied nursing, but soon found that it just wasn’t in her interest at the time anymore.

April has previous experience in customer service and communication, from working in a call center for almost three years, before changing her career path over to InStile Acquisitions, Inc. Madison Office.  “I wasn’t happy, I needed a change for the better in my life and InStile was the perfect opportunity for me.” April States.

April greatly enjoys working at InStile Acquisitions Madison location, it’s here where she enjoys coming to work and is happy with her job.   She enjoys working with great and enthusiastic people every day, and always has a smile on her face.  April goes to say, “InStile isn’t any ordinary job, it is here where you can not only grow as a person and individual, but can also grow with the company.  If you have dedication and drive you can go anywhere you want to, and InStile will help you every step of the way!”

April wishes to grow with the company more and to help InStile grow in every way possible.  “I can’t wait to see where this company goes and how successful we really can be!”