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All the Best to Former ECC Operations Manager Natalie May!

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We hate to see her go, but we wish all the best to former ECC Operations Manager Natalie May as she devotes full time to her management consulting and professional services firm, Chaise Management Group (CMG).

“After only a week or so, we already miss seeing Natalie around the office,” said ECC President and CEO Denise Fairchild. “But we wish her much success and fulfillment as the CEO of her own company, which has already proved its viability in the uncertain world of small business.”

Natalie was with ECC’s national office for almost five years, starting within a year of its inception. Her wide-ranging portfolio included business operations, vendor services and event planning and on-site management. She worked closely with VP for Finance and Administration Steve Jenkins on budget and finance matters and served as scheduler extraordinaire for CEO Fairchild.

Launched in February 2013 CMG provides management consulting and professional services to government, commercial and nonprofit enterprises in administrative management, staffing and resources management, project and program planning, event management and facilitation and government support services. All told, Natalie has more than 15 years of experience in these areas.

Fortunately, CMG will continue to count ECC among its clients, so staff and board members will still benefit from Natalie’s skills and enjoy her warm – and unflappable – presence at our board meetings and other events and convenings.

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