If you want to learn more about Impact Makers or you’re in the job market, check out the podcast MyCareerFit. You can follow My Career Fit on Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. It’s the first employer-branded, job-search voice assistant. Launch either the Alexa Skill or Google Assistant Action and say “Tell me about Impact Makers” or “Tell me about jobs at Impact Makers.”
The Richmond Times-Dispatch recently featured Impact Makers in the Metro Business section: Impact Makers looks to the future: ‘The model has never been stronger’. John Reid Blackwell interviewed CEO Lewis Broome about the consulting firm’s strategy looking ahead and the positive results that we have been achieving for our clients.
Here at Impact Makers, we like to shine a light on the incredible women we are lucky enough to call coworkers and friends. Our Associate Consultant Brooke Willemstyn sat down with three coworkers in different seasons of their careers to ask a few questions.
Here at Impact Makers, we like to shine a light on the incredible people we are lucky enough to call coworkers and friends. Today, we explore the life and career of an incredible woman who has recently been serving as a leader on a massive engagement with dozens of individuals reporting up to her and depending on her guidance.
Here at Impact Makers, we like to shine a light on the incredible people we are lucky enough to call coworkers and friends. Today, we explore the life and career of our most recent “Employee of the Quarter” (2019 Q3), Karen Akens, who earned this distinction for her impressive involvement in our business development efforts across numerous active projects and pursuit teams.
“Taking Care in Business” is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) podcast featuring guests from around the United States. Each week, guests ranging from business leaders to CSR professionals join hosts Kathy Pedrotti Hays and Vicki Bohlsen to discuss why it is always worthwhile to take care in business.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch covered Impact Makers’ new DC Metro office, recent restructuring, and new community partner on April 18, 2019, in “Richmond-based Impact Makers opens Tysons Corner office, restructures governance” by John Reid Blackwell.
The article focuses on Impact Makers’ commitment to our DC Metro employees, clients, and community through our all profits to charity model.
Impact Makers, a Richmond, Va.-based management and technology consulting firm that has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies each of the past seven years, has opened a Northern Virginia office in Tysons Corner.
Founded in 2006 and with annual revenues exceeding $20 million, Impact Makers delivers meaningful value to commercial, state and local public-sector clients through its transformation solutions by aligning business and IT operations to be fast, flexible and informed, while managing enterprise risk.
Impact Makers is proud to be a sponsor of Homestretch and invites you to join us at their 2019 Annual Benefit Breakfast on May 2. The event is focused on “Rewriting Futures for Homeless Families.”
Connections support innovation. Join us April 23 at the Impact Makers office for the next Capital Kanban to learn how generous listening can create continuous improvement. Andrea Ross and Carla Ford are giving a sneak peek into their upcoming Lean Kanban Global Summit 2019 talk.