Invictus International Consulting finished out 2019 with holiday celebrations at our various locations. While the end of the year was a good time to reflect upon all of our corporate success, it also provided the opportunity to let loose with our Spartans and their significant others, and to give back to the community as well. The annual presentation for Spartan of the Year, and recognition of employment anniversaries were made by CEO Jim Kelly, followed by a group reading of the poem, Invictus, by William Ernest Henley. Folks from Active Valor were on hand to receive a donation from Invictus as well. They were chosen by our employees to be the recipient of our Annual Giving Award. Through their myriad programs, Active Valor provides mentoring and support to children of fallen military veterans and first responders.
We’re looking forward to an exciting and prosperous 2020.
The calm before the storm. Everything is in place as the Blue Label band warms up.
Perry Yee and Sam Neuhauser of Active Valor pose with Invictus CISO Nathaniel Wade and his wife, Sarah, while receiving $25,000 donation check.
Our team in Tampa, Florida hosts a holiday dinner for employees and their guests. In 2019 we hired several new employees in Orlando, Florida, who were also part of our Tampa holiday dinner.
Located in Suffolk, Virginia, our Hampton Roads office represents the largest group of Invictus employees outside of the National Capital Region. Employees and guests enjoyed an evening of holiday cheer.
Employees and guests at our Colorado location also enjoy a festive holiday dinner. Our President and CEO, Jim Kelly was able to travel to Colorado and attend the dinner.