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2015 Nunn-Perry Award Winner

Representatives from FWG Solutions were invited to Atlanta, Georgia to participate in the three-day Mentor Protégé Conference/ Nunn Perry Awards Ceremony in which they were presented with a well-deserved award, and gained the opportunity to network with other growing small businesses and government representatives. On receiving the Nunn-Perry award, FWG President & CEO, Nshokano Katabana had this to say to a group of folks during the award ceremony: “I am deeply honored to be here in Atlanta to accept this prestigious award on behalf of my many colleagues at FWG Solutions. It is truly humbling for us at FWG to be recognized for the support that we provide to the Department of Defense and our warfighters. At FWG, we have a saying – ‘Driven by Technology and Powered by Experience’ The diversity of thoughts and ideas within FWG is what keeps us at the leading edge of technology and allows us to develop solutions that differentiates us from many other growing small businesses.

Human Resources Director

Kristen Crawford

General Counsel

ANDRE BRUCE

Chief Financial Officer

DONGFANG LIU

Chief Growth Officer

GARY SAUER

Chief Innovation Officer

PAMELA K. ISOM

Vice President of DOD and Intel Capture

JONNY GONZALEZ

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Vice President, IDIQ BD & Capture

DENNIS POWELL

Chief of Staff,
Vice President, Corporate Development

MONIQUE MUGNIER

Monique Mugnier serves as Chief of Staff for the organization as well as the Vice President of Corporate Development where she leads the mergers and acquisitions effort for corporate expansion.

Ms. Mugnier has spent over a decade serving as a strategic advisor to corporations for M&A and capital markets; business development strategy; deal sourcing for private equity, investment banking and family office clients as well as advising on strategic executive-level hires and marketing initiatives.

After receiving her Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University, Ms. Mugnier was awarded the Council of Women World Leaders fellowship from Harvard University. The program sent her to live and work in Cape Town, South Africa for the F.W. de Klerk Foundation where she focused on issues and events related to promoting democracy in South Africa both domestically and abroad. She has been published in The New York TimesNewsweek International, and Time Magazine.

Chief Executive Officer

NSHOKANO KATABANA