AMERICAN SYSTEMS Promotes to Lead Training
<strong>Chantilly, Va. — 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’s Managed Services Strategic offering. <br /><br />In this position, Voy will lead the directorate’s current programs, partner with corporations to align training and development with their business objectives and accelerate the expansion of AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ training services into new areas.<br /><br />“Since joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Mary has demonstrated superb training and program management skills,” said Chris Bauer, executive vice president and general manager. “Mary is an asset to business development across AMERICAN SYSTEMS, and we look forward to leveraging her skills to win new business.”<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’s degree in English from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in education from Wayne State University. <br /><br />She also has recently begun coursework toward a doctorate in psychology at Capella University.