NOVAD CEO Davon Kelly acknowledges, “This has been a year filled with recognition for the NOVAD team. Our success is driven by a desire to deliver value-added services that elevate our clients' performance with each engagement.”
Upper Marlboro, MD (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
Davon Kelly, CEO of NOVAD Management Consulting will be honored on October 21 as one of the Top 100 MBE (Minority Business Enterprise) owners of the year. This year’s award celebration is hosted by the University of Maryland University College, Southwest Airlines and the State of Maryland. The annual awards program honors outstanding women and minority business owners in the mid-Atlantic region (Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia).
Elated by the news, Kelly acknowledged, “This has been a year filled with recognition for the NOVAD team. Our success is driven by a desire to deliver value-added services that elevate our clients' performance with each engagement.” In addition to the Top 100 MBE Award, earlier this year Kelly received the Washington Business Journal’s Minority Business Leader Award for Outstanding Performance. The civic-minded CEO also joined the Board of Directors of Boys Town Washington DC.
Founded in 2003, NOVAD has quickly grown to 15 full-time employees and augments its staff with 15 independent contractors. After four years, annual revenues reached nearly $1 million and now total nearly $10 million.
A full service minority-owned management consulting firm, NOVAD has earned a reputation for excellence in consulting services as a result of their ability to mesh seamlessly with a client’s organization and provide a carefully calibrated approach to realistic problem-solving. NOVAD clients include federal and state government agencies, as well as corporations and nonprofit organizations. NOVAD is a GSA Contract holder and an 8(a) certified firm. NOVAD is headquartered in Landover, MD and maintains offices in Washington, DC, Ronkonkoma, New York, and Atlanta, Georgia.
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