HUNTSVILLE, AL., September 15, 2016 – The WEDC Foundation recognized PROJECTXYZ CEO Kim Lewis as one of its six honorees at this year’s 2016 Women Honoring Women event. The Women Honoring Women event recognizes successful women in the community for their career success, their significant contributions to the community, and overcoming their own obstacles to achieve their dreams.
“I am amazed of the work that the WEDC foundation is doing in the Huntsville community and grateful that they would consider me as a 2016 honoree,” said Kim Lewis, CEO of PROJECTXYZ.
The Women Honoring Women event also serves as the WEDC Foundation’s signature fundraising event. According to the WEDC Foundation, the event helps women achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence. The funds raised go toward educational scholarships and assistance for women living, working, and going to school in Madison, Marshall, Morgan, and Limestone counties. More importantly, it changes lives, it allows women a proven way to obtain a college or technical degree, to become a valuable asset and addition to the workforce right here where they live and to give back to the community.
About The WEDC Foundation
The WEDC Foundation’s mission is to empower women in our community to achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence by providing mentors, development programs, and financial assistance through grants and scholarships. Their vision is to create a legacy of strong and confident women who will share their energy and influence, resulting in economic independence for themselves and others.
PROJECTXYZ is a technical solutions company using its expertise to solve problems and deliver results for federal and commercial customers at various locations throughout the United States. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, the company provides expertise in the research, design, development, integration, and sustainment of innovative solutions in engineering, logistics, information technology, and alternative energy. Founded in 2002, the company is an 8(a) certified, economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business.
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