New to our team:
Andy Sears is Director of Billing Services at
Xpress Technologies. Prior to Xpress Technologies,
Andy spent more than 20 years working in IT. The
majority of that time was with Merrill Lynch in
Jacksonville, FL managing and supporting various
technology platforms. Andy is a native of
Jacksonville, FL, where he graduated from The
Bolles School in 1982. He received a BS from the University of Georgia in 1986. In addition to Jacksonville, Andy has worked as a Journalist in Central America, a Banker in Miami, FL and a Development Manager in Washington, DC. When he is not working, he is often surfing, sailing, or skiing with his family.
Xpress Technologies is pleased to announce
Edward Sullivan ("Sully") has joined our team.
Sully is a life-long resident of New England with
extensive experience in establishing successful
startups and instituting effective systems for business. He has shaped and overseen family businesses for over 30 years, and whatever time he does not devote to business-matters, he devotes to his family and ministry. Sully's knowledge of medical documentation systems combined with his warm, personable manner, are highly effective in tayloring a complete solution for improving the efficency of his clients' practice. When conversing with Sully you will discover that he loves to play cribbage and is a classic car enthusiast!
Save the Date
Chicago Marathon Charity Program
The Bank of America Chicago Marathon hosts thousands of runners who choose to make their Chicago Marathon experience more meaningful by running on behalf of a charity. These runners begin the training season with goals for personal bests in their marathon time as well as in fundraising dollars. With every step you take and every dollar you raise, you can help organizations doing important work in our communities, and touch the lives of those in need. In 2014, over 10,000 charity runners participated in the Chicago Marathon on behalf of more than 190 local, national and global causes.
Director of Client Relations, Lisa Ward, is joining Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago’s Team Run for Kids’ Sake. Running for the team means Lisa is directly making an impact on a child’s life in the Chicago area. Lisa is running her first marathon at the $1,500 fundraising level. The money raised help benefit the youth in the BBBS program.
Lisa is an avid runner completing 25 ½ marathons, 9 15ks, 4 Ragnar Relays, and various other running events since 2004 after her ACL replacement. As the adopted parent of two “at-risk” children, she is proud to be selected as a Team Run 4 Kids Sale member.
You can join us and help raise funds to benefit the youth programs by following this link:
Many hands(feet) make light work! Let's Run For Kids' Sake!!