eMentum Thank You

Thank you, Carolyn (Merek) Hannon for the opportunity to work at eMentum for the last four years. This was my first experience working in the field of public sector consulting. You and your team provided the support for me to: Do Good. Have Fun. And Add Value.

Thank you also to Alan Bondzio and Elisabeth Gagnon for your support and the opportunities to support business development, recruiting, and the ISO 9001:2015 audits.All of your support and encouragement helped me to successfully do my job. Thank you, Pam, for your foundational support. Thank you also to my teammates, especially Anne Stanley, whom I have worked with closely on corporate projects.

Also, thank you for what started as weekly meetups at the beginning of the pandemic to ensure all company team members were ok and which transitioned to bi-weekly meetups that offered a time to bond and experience new things.

For all that want to know a little more about ementum, the Company Overview and website are below.

eMentum Website

eMentum’s Company Overview
eMentum is a management and information technology consulting firm committed to delivering innovative solutions that are focused on the people who use them. As a woman-owned small business and trusted advisor across the federal government for more than 21 years, eMentum has a reputation of providing high-quality support services to the Department of the Treasury, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Department of State and Department of Health and Human Services. The eMentum team has extensive experience planning, managing, implementing and operating enterprise-level systems. We possess technical subject matter expertise in financial management, engineering, software development, systems integration, and cybersecurity, with a specialty in identity management.

https://www.linkedin.com/company/ementum/about/

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