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2017 Employee of the year

Dec 15 JDot Media Team Comments off

2017 Employee of the year!

Congratulations:

Nikki G.

Nikki G. is our Creative Developer specializing in website design and all things requiring a creative imagination! She is a college graduate from Florida A&M University (FAMU) located in Tallahassee, Florida, where she earned an Information Systems Bacheor’s degree. Her expertise has assisted our business with many projects such as Crowning Lupus, Phone Medics Plus, A1A Optics and many more.  Nikki’s devotion to ensuring client satisfaction has gone unnoticed. As a new business, we have a demanding schedule for meetings, implementing new processes and managing new clients that required a lot of sacrifice.

The teamwork, dedication and quality of work has earned her this recognition of achievement. She continues to work hard, by showing initiative and leadership characteristics on every project she has an opportunity to be apart of. We are thankful to have you apart of our team. In addition, we have to thank Shawn Buckle our Web Development manager (College graduate from FAMU with a Masters in Information Systems) for bringing her to JDot Media to join our staff.

 

Not only has Nikki won this yearly employee award. She has also won the employee of the quarter award with her outstanding performance and attitude. We truly believe in recognizing our team for their hard work. Nikki is not the only one a part of our team, there are others. We stand together and we are committed to this long journey in making JDot Media a success. We are proud of each and everyone of you. Our research and expertise will continue to make strides in our industry towards success. Those who doubt us will stand by and watch before they want to join us or ask the infamous question “How did you do it”?

It’s all about the sacrifices for what we want now, for what we want the most!

Please help us congratulate her on this wonderful achievement!

Thank you,

JDot Media Team

 

 

 

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