Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Volt Consulting Group’s Nancy Lawlor Inducted into Cambridge Who’s Who

Volt Consulting Group Senior Vice President of Client Operations, Nancy Lawlor, was recently inducted into the Cambridge Who’s Who Registry. Inclusion in the Registry is an honor limited to individuals who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their industry and occupation. The induction is the latest in a series of recent awards and professional recognition Lawlor has received.

Nancy Lawlor, a thought leader in the human capital management field, has been the recipient of numerous awards for her achievements and contributions to the industry. In 2010, she earned recognition as a Supply & Demand Chain Executive “Pro to Know” and also as a Women’s Business Award finalist in the “Best Executive” category.

The induction into the Cambridge Who’s Who Registry puts Nancy’s executive biography in a listing of the top executives, professionals and entrepreneurs from nearly every industry and career field. Her profile will sit alongside others, highlighting the expertise, achievements and affiliations of the top people in each respective industry.

Larry Kaylor, President of Volt Consulting Group offered congratulations to Nancy on the induction saying, “Nancy is an exceptional resource and leader within our organization, and having her accomplishments recognized by inclusion in the Cambridge Registry is well deserved.”

About Volt Consulting Group

Volt Consulting Group delivers consulting & process mapping, workforce design & delivery, workflow automation, and managed solutions that help companies build and maintain a competitive advantage in the global marketplace.

Volt Consulting Group’s Amplify™ Methodology draws on 60 years of experience in the field of efficient human capital management. Our solutions help clients achieve productivity gains, process improvements, risk mitigation and cost savings through workflow optimization and cross-functional collaboration. By working with Volt Consulting Group, clients maximize the productivity of their global workforce.

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