Press Release (ePRNews.com) - TAMPA, Fla. - Nov 09, 2017 - WWC (Wittenberg Weiner Consulting, LLC) is pleased to announce that it was awarded the Small Business Award for Veteran and Military Spouse Employment at the 7th Annual Hiring Our Heroes Awards, sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. WWC received this award for demonstrated leadership by a small business or organization (fewer than 500 employees) in hiring veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses. Other awardees included Ryder System, Inc., Microsoft, USAA, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Carol Eggert, Senior Vice President, Military and Veteran Affairs for Comcast NBC Universal.
“These six award winners are leading the way with innovative strategies to recruit and retain America’s veterans and military spouses,” said Eric Eversole, vice president at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and president of Hiring Our Heroes. “Their efforts are generating a wave of momentum, one that connects the military community with real economic opportunities and provides employers with a vast talent pipeline, which is good for businesses and great for our country.”
WWC was founded by Lauren Weiner and Donna Huneycutt when they were stationed in Naples, Italy with their military-affiliated spouses. “WWC’s first employees were military spouses and veterans. Commitment to veteran and military hiring is part of WWC’s DNA. We are excited to be recognized for our commitment to veterans and military spouses and are proud to provide them with meaningful employment across the globe,” says Lauren Weiner, CEO of WWC.
WWC’s first employees were military spouses and veterans. Commitment to veteran and military hiring is part of WWC’s DNA. We are excited to be recognized for our commitment to veterans and military spouses and are proud to provide them with meaningful employment across the globe.
WWC is a small, woman-owned and SBA-certified 8(a) consulting firm focused on the management and operational needs of government agencies, including Department of Defense, Department of State, and U.S. Agency for International Development. WWC’s mission is to help federal agencies put good government principles into practice. WWC takes an innovative approach within the framework of federal government regulations to program management, financial management, regulatory compliance and review, strategic communications, metrics and evaluation, and policy design.
For more information about WWC, please visit http://ww-consult.com.
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