Chamber Member Edwards Performance Solutions Announces New CEO

Elkridge, Md. – Edwards Performance Solutions (Edwards) is pleased to announce Gina Abate as our CEO.  As CEO, Abate succeeds Steve Edwards, who will remain actively engaged as Edwards’ Founder and member of the Corporate Board. Gina retains her role as President, actively running day-to-day company operations.

“Today’s market environment is ever changing. During this time of rejuvenation, there is no better person to lead Edwards. Gina is an exceptional leader with the ability to empower employees and connect with customers. She understands how to successfully mitigate and manage business on multiple levels. I look forward to supporting Gina in her new role of CEO. With Gina at the helm, we are equipped to expand and serve our customers even better”, states Founder, Steve Edwards.

As CEO, Abate is responsible for leadership and facilitation of Edwards’ Strategic Business Units, contracts, finance, human resources, business development, proposals, and technology solutions. She provides visionary and strategic leadership as well as developing and implementing strategies set for the overall company direction.

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About Edwards Performance Solutions: Edwards Performance Solutions, a woman owned small business, provides tailored business services that result in greater operational performance. By delivering the highest quality services and support based on proven and comprehensive practices, we ensure our customers exceed their goals and drive overall mission success. Since 1997, we have provided innovative performance solutions to commercial businesses, Government agencies, and nonprofit organizations through our four core disciplines: Program & Portfolio Management, Learning & Development, Knowledge Management and Mission Assurance.

6085 Marshalee Drive
Suite 140
Elkridge, MD 21075

800-556-2506

www.EdwPS.com

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