Trinity Hall serves as President for Stanford Sonoma Corporation. As a woman owned company, she leads the charge for all product innovation and oversees the design and construction of all Stanford Sonoma Corporation projects internationally. Hall has 30 years' experience in Operations, Design, and Construction. Additionally, Hall has experience in contract negotiation and sourcing, as well as 10 years in an SVP role leading Franchise sales for Dickey's Barbeque Restaurants Inc. Since 2011 Hall has managed the opening of more than 500 Dickey's locations across the nation, and continues to manage Dickey's Barbeque Restaurants Inc. international expansion as Stanford Sonoma Corporation's client. Under Hall's leadership, she has expanded Stanford Sonoma's customer list to include notable restaurant chains such as Zalat, 151 Coffee, First Watch, and HTeaO, and more.
Roland Dickey, Jr. is the Chief Executive Officer of Dickey’s Capital Group, the holding company of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. The grandson of the company’s founder, Dickey, Jr. began working for the family brand early on, learning the trades of the family smoking process from his dad. He went on to earn his degree in Business Administration at Southern Methodist University and came back to his family’s brand in 1999, where he then transitioned into his current leadership role in 2016. Under Dickey, Jr.’s leadership, the Dallas-based, third-generation family business has expanded from 20 locations to more than 500 nationwide and internationally. Dickey, Jr. oversees the Dickey Family portfolio of businesses, which include retail products, manufacturers, real estate, metal fabrication and distribution companies. Dickey, Jr. prides himself on taking his family’s business to new heights by leading its evolution from a local barbecue joint to the wildly successful fast-casual chain it is today. With Dickey Jr., at the helm, the family legacy continues to grow exponentially earning the title of world’s largest barbecue franchise.
Vice President Sales
Nason Frizzell serves as the Vice President of Sales for Stanford Sonoma. Prior to joining Stanford Sonoma in 2020, Frizzell spent more than 20 years in the restaurant equipment supply industry, including spending time at Central Restaurant Products where he was the top salesmen 5 years in a row and quickly promoted to Director of Multi-Unit Sales. Since joining Stanford Sonoma, Frizzell has led the company in record sales growth, personnel expansion, and new business development.
Director of Design and Permitting
Lou D’Ambrosia brings 23 years of experience in architectural design to Stanford Sonoma. His specialties include including managing the roll out of prototypical restaurants and retail stores. Since joining the Stanford Sonoma team, D’Ambrosia has added new capabilities for Stanford Sonoma customers: 3D renderings and virtual reality modeling. Included in our design services, Stanford Sonoma customers are able to get a real life visual of what their restaurant and storefront could look like with Stanford Sonoma Equipment.
Industrial and Commercial Designer
Aniket N. Pinjan is an Industrial and Commercial Designer for Stanford Sonoma. He takes customer concepts and brings them to life whether that’s in a detailed fabrication drawing or in her CAD modeling. In his few years at the company, Pinjan has jumped at the opportunity to design new and cost-efficient products that reflect customers’ unique needs and Stanford Sonoma’s core value of putting our customers first
Trendon Morton spent 14 years in structural steel and construction before joining Stanford Sonoma’s team. While at Stanford, he served as an Estimator before quickly being promoted to Floor Supervisor where he ensures the timely and accurate fabrication of all stainless and millwork assemblies while exceeding customer expectations.
Adam Singer joined Stanford Sonoma in 2020 as a Mechanical Engineer. In his role, Singer helps design cost effective equipment for Dickey’s franchisees and Stanford Sonoma’s other customers to ensure that the quality of parts being produced is on par with Stanford Sonoma’s rigid internal standards.