Announcements

Courtney Stiles Accepted into Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce CLIMB Program

September 11, 2019

At REDCOM, we think it’s important to recognize our employees for the work that they do within their roles, as well as the positive impact they make within the company and the community at large. Today we’re recognizing a member of the REDCOM team who exhibits our core values: Government Account Manager Courtney Stiles.

Courtney has been part of the REDCOM team since January of 2018. As a Government Account Manager, Courtney works with our customers to solve their interoperability and secure communication challenges by understanding their technical as well as operational requirements. “Understanding these unique requirements allows us to convey how our technology will be used, who will be using it, and how it supports operations in peacetime as well as in times of crisis,” remarked Stiles. To keep REDCOM customers informed about REDCOM capabilities, Courtney began hosting regular webinars, where she focuses on topics that are important to our government and military customers. Past webinar topics include Communications at the Pace of Operations and Secure, Survivable Conferencing and can be viewed here (Comms at the Pace of Operations, Cleared for Conferencing).

With her desire to learn and her ability to connect with those around her, Courtney has been accepted into the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce CLIMB Program. The CLIMB Program was created to allow young professionals from local companies who exhibit stellar leadership, vision, and integrity to learn from some of the most successful leaders in our region. It is a ten-month program where participants are given personalized leadership development training and mentorship from local leaders in business. Participants have the opportunity to attend seminars from successful CEOs, and discuss issues facing our communities with political leaders.

“I’m honored to have been selected for the CLIMB Program and I am grateful that REDCOM invests in the development of their employees,” said Stiles. “I’m lucky enough to have great people around me that I can learn from every day, and I’m really looking forward to gaining additional knowledge and experience from local leaders in the Rochester business community to bring back and apply to my job at REDCOM.”