Press Release

ANX Sponsors USRowing Olympians’ Visit to Greater Detroit Businesses

Posted February 14, 2013, 12:35 pm by Chris Schramm

Press Release

ANX

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (February 14, 2013) – ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX), a leading provider of managed connectivity, transaction delivery, and compliance solutions, hosted USRowing Olympians on February 8 as they visited several Detroit-based businesses and organizations.

“The dedication, hard work, endurance, and total performance embodied in USRowing athletes is a source of inspiration for any business or organization,” said Cindy Swiantek, Vice President, ANX. 

“Detroit has some of the best people we have met in our travels, and we appreciated the warm reception. The employees, teenagers and children we met truly showed they have the work ethic and focus to be champions and leaders in their industries and life,” said Esther Lofgren.

The series of ANX-sponsored visits featured the Olympic Gold Medalist in the Women's Eights, Esther Lofgren, and the Bronze Medalist in the Women's Quad, Natalie Dell. The duo met with Detroit-based employees of Epitec and Accenture. Both companies made generous donations to the MCWT (Michigan Council for Women in Technology) Foundation for the opportunity to have the Olympians share with employees their inspirational journey.

“This was a unique and fulfilling opportunity for Epitec employees to learn about how hard work and dedication can help one achieve his or her goals,” said Jan Moore, Vice President of Marketing, Epitec.

The Olympians concluded their visit with a stop at the Canton Library to meet with girls and young women from the MCWT Foundation’s high school GET-IT Clubs (Girls Exploring Together – Information Technology), alumni from Camp Infinity summer technology camp, participants of MCWT’s high school web design contest, and the Rhonda Walker Foundation. GET-IT Clubs provide after-school technology programs for high school girls, providing a support network and structured activities for young female students interested in computing careers. The Rhonda Walker Foundation provides mentoring for inner-city teen girls to help them become strong, confident, successful and moral future leaders.

“MCWT had its most successful one-day event last Friday. The Olympians’ visit will not soon be forgotten.  Everyone who was involved with the planning and the actual day of events enjoyed the experience,” said Janette Phillips, Executive Director, MCWT.

 “ANX is a valued partner of the MCWT Foundation,” said MCWT President Maru Flores. “In addition to its generous financial support, ANX finds new and creative ways, such as this USRowing event, to benefit the organization.” 

About ANX
ANXeBusiness Corp. is headquartered in Southfield, MI, and has offices in Research Triangle Park, NC, Mt. Laurel, NJ, San Diego, and Austin, TX. The ANX mission is to protect itscustomers’ information, secure their business interactions and be their trusted platform for collaboration. ANX is privately owned by One Equity Partners (www.oneequity.com), which manages investments and commitments for JP Morgan Chase & Co.
www.anx.com.

About USRowing
USRowing is a nonprofit organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States. USRowing’s official suppliers include Boathouse Sports, Vespoli, WinTech, Filippi, Croker Oars, Rudy Project, Concept2, Nielsen Kellerman, and Ludus Tours. USRowing also receives generous support from the National Rowing Foundation and its corporate sponsors and partners, ANXeBusiness Corp., Voxer, EMCVenues, and Whole Foods.
www.usrowing.org

About Epitec
Epitec, a 101 Best & Brightest Company to Work For in the Country, a Crain's Coolest Place to Work and the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council Minority Supplier of the Year, winner was founded in 1978. Epitec is a valued resource of technical expertise and staffing solutions with annual revenues over $51 million. Its diverse client base includes companies that range from small businesses to Fortune 100 enterprises. The company employs 700 professionals operating from customer sites and facilities nationwide. Epitec is Microsoft GOLD Certified.
www.epitec.com

About Accenture
Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services, and outsourcing company, with 259,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with business and government clients to help them become high-performance organizations. The company generated net revenues of $27.9 billion for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2012. 
www.accenture.com 

About the Michigan Council of Women in Technology
The Michigan Council of Women in Technology strives to inspire and develop women to work in technology fields, with aspirations to make Michigan the No. 1 state for women in technology. The organization supports Michigan’s female IT workforce, students, corporate partners, schools, and the overall community with networking, learning, mentoring, and technology experiences for professionals and students. Its nonprofit Foundation provides programs and funds to support the education and orientation of young women throughout school and to foster women in various stages of their professional lives.
www.mcwt.org

About the Rhonda Walker Foundation
For almost a decade, the Rhonda Walker Foundation (RWF), through its Girls Into Women program, has been helping teenage girls in Detroit develop and enhance important career and personal development skills. Central to the RWF’s mission is the empowering of inner city teen girls to becoming strong, confident, successful, and moral future leaders. Career and personal development programs include mentoring, a self-esteem building summer camp, cross country college tours, extensive etiquette, public speaking, goal setting and confidence training, community outreach projects with homeless women and children, health and wellness workshops, workouts, and so much more. The Girls Into Women program, which accepts Detroit girls as they are entering the 8th grade and concludes with high school graduation, focuses on instilling the expectation that college is a must in each RWF Teen, among other positive goals.
www.rhondawalkerfoundation.org

ANX Media Contact
Chris Schramm
248-663-5210
schrammc@anx.com

 
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