Staci L. Redmon is the President and CEO of Strategy and Management Services, Inc. (SAMS), an award-winning, leading provider of innovative back office support and building services for federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial buyers who want high-quality services with the high-touch of a client-focused small business.

A United States Army Veteran and a successful leader with more than thirty years of demonstrated success, Staci has been delivering complex services and solutions to government agencies since 2008, when she founded SAMS. Today, SAMS ranks among the top small businesses in the D.C. metro region. SAMS has grown to over 125 employees in 26 locations throughout the United States and internationally.

SAMS has been listed on Washington Technology’s Fast 50 List for three sequential years for the company’s exponential growth, in addition to being recognized by Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 list as one of the fastest-growing companies in America for two years in a row. SAMS was recently awarded a Meritorious Veteran Owned Business Award by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

Staci is also a winner of the 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Award, ranked as #14 on the Women Presidents Organization’s (WPO) 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies worldwide, and was selected as the 2016 U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)’s Small Business Person of the Year representing Northern Virginia. Most recently, she was selected as the Woman Vetrepreneur of the Year by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) and as a Minority Business Leader award winner by the Washington Business Journal.

Staci sits on the board of directors of five distinguished organizations, including Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA and the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Redmon was appointed to the Northern Virginia Workforce Development Board (NVWDB), where she serves on the Program Planning Committee and the Incumbent Worker Training Grant Review Panel, following the guidance of the Federal Workforce and Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA). In addition, she is on the Northern Virginia Local Planning Group for Arlington and a member of the Enterprising Women Advisory Board.