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RoundTable Announces New Faces – A Word with Evan

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Welcomes new employees: David Ladasky, Heather Troidl, Laura Willis, Neil Franklin, and Justin Brown



Lewiston, ME, Release:  October 22, 2021.  For Immediate Release

"Hi there, Evan Desjardins - CEO of RoundTable Technology here with some exciting news. Recently we have had the opportunity to welcome many new faces to RoundTable, with more to come.

The additions of David Ladasky, Heather Troidl, Laura Willis, Neil Franklin, and Justin Brown mark an exciting new chapter in our growth as a company, and a commitment to providing world-class service to our customers.

I am extremely excited by our plans moving forward and we are ready to jumpstart 2022 with even more focus and new dedication to our clients and to the nonprofit sector.

As always our existing RoundTable employees and dedicated colleagues have welcomed our new team members with typical RoundTable eagerness... and way too many hilarious animated gifs. And yes, that is how you say it!

RoundTable is more invested than ever in making this the best place that any of us have ever worked. It's a constant work in progress, but it is something that is very important to myself and to the rest of the RoundTable leadership team.

Thank you to all of our employees for helping us get to where we are today. I am looking forward to seeing what we can accomplish together in the future. To our new employees and to our incredible clients, I end it with, let’s go make a difference!"

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