Faithful readers of the Savas Blog, please welcome Maddy to the Savas Team! We are so excited that she’s here!
Maddy comes to us from premier Digital Agency, Viget, by way of Engineering World Health—a non-profit that uses the skills of students and professionals to improve health care in low-income countries. During her time there, she traveled the globe managing teams of student-engineers working on medical equipment in places like Rwanda, Nepal, and Cambodia—how awesome is that?!!
Maddy has project management skills like you wouldn’t believe and we knew she would be a perfect fit for the Savas Labs Team (Think you could be the perfect fit, too? You’re in luck, we’re hiring!). Her attention to detail, organizational skills, and self-motivated nature a great partner on any project and we’re excited for current partners and new clients to get the chance to meet Maddy. We know they will be as impressed as we are!
Fun fact: Maddy’s very first day on the job wasn’t from our Durham, NC office where she works from, but spent on a plane flying to our latest Team Retreat—in Austin, Texas! Talk about an exciting first day!
Another fun fact about Maddy: She’s a foster dog mom. She’s making an impact in her community by fostering dogs and loving them well until (and after) they find a fur-ever home.
Maddy, we are glad you’re here!
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