Summer 2015 issue of Retirement Focus
This issue features information on:
• Protecting yourself from identity theft
• Tools to help your employees find more money to save
• Our new video, Small ways to save big
ZelTech is fully committed to employee involvement in community affairs and support of local communities where we live and work. We are especially proud of members of the ZelTech family who go well above and beyond the norm in these worthy endeavors.
Today we salute one of our superstars on and off-duty: Daila (Dee) Espeut-Jones, a member of ZelTech Training Solutions LLC (ZTS) in Winter Park, Florida.
Before she joined us, Dee had a stellar 22-year career in the Army, performing superbly in transportation, administrative and logistics functions, and working her way up through the ranks from Private to First Sergeant. Among other important Government and defense contractor assignments, Dee directly supported logistics, mobility and emergency planning efforts in Southwest Asia, including personal deployments to Bahrain and Afghanistan. She was awarded the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star for dedicated military service. Dee also has a Masters degree in Business Administration.
At ZTS, Dee has performed with great distinction as Program Manager on three important programs: Network Integration Experiment (NIE), Wireless Independent Target Systems (WITS) Strobe and (currently) Battlefield Effects Simulator II (BES II). She is also a very enthusiastic team player in everything our remarkable ZTS team does on a daily basis.
Dee’s off-duty community activities are truly spectacular, as can be seen in the attached summary
of her tremendous support to veterans, Wounded Warriors, the needy, and others. Bill Barfield, President of ZTS, sums up Dee’s remarkable achievements best: “ I am involved daily with Dee and am overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of her community involvement…She is a great representative of our company and a real credit to us all.” All the rest of us need to add to that is “Wow!”.
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