AMERICAN SYSTEMS Promotes to Lead Training

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<strong>Chantilly, Va. &mdash; Oct. 9</strong><br />AMERICAN SYSTEMS, an employee-owned, government IT solutions provider, has promoted Mary Voy to vice president and director of the Training Operations Directorate under the company&rsquo;s Managed Services Strategic offering. <br /><br />In this position, Voy will lead the directorate&rsquo;s current programs, partner with corporations to align training and development with their business objectives and accelerate the expansion of AMERICAN SYSTEMS&rsquo; training services into new areas.<br /><br />&ldquo;Since joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Mary has demonstrated superb training and program management skills,&rdquo; said Chris Bauer, executive vice president and general manager. &ldquo;Mary is an asset to business development across AMERICAN SYSTEMS, and we look forward to leveraging her skills to win new business.&rdquo;<br /><br />Voy, a 20-year professional training and program management veteran, joined AMERICAN SYSTEMS in 1995. <br /><br />Since then, she has risen through the ranks, starting as an associate director of product and service development before serving as a deputy director of training operations. <br /><br />After a year in that role, Voy was promoted to director, a position in which she confirmed her talent for winning customer support and confidence.<br /><br />An educator by training, Voy held teaching, marketing and administrative positions in high school, community college and university settings prior to joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS.<br /><br />Voy earned her bachelor&rsquo;s degree in English from the University of Michigan and a master&rsquo;s degree in education from Wayne State University. <br /><br />She also has recently begun coursework toward a doctorate in psychology at Capella University.

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