Tony Smeraglinolo: Engility Recognized in ‘Military Friendly Employers’ List

Tony Smeraglinolo
Tony Smeraglinolo

Victory Media has selected Engility for its annual list of the top 100 “military-friendly employers” in the U.S. to acknowledge the technology company’s recruitment and employment programs for former service members.

Tony Smeraglinolo, Engility president and CEO, said in a statement issued Wednesday that military veterans account for almost 23 percent of the total company workforce.

“Earning recognition as a military-friendly organization reflects Engility’s enduring commitment to veterans and the military community,” Smeraglinolo added.

Engility supports the Wounded Warriors Project, Building Homes for Heroes, Fisher House and other organizations that raise funds to help military families.

The company donated $28,000 to Building Homes for Heroes in October to fund the renovation of the house of Army Specialist Hugo Gonzalez, who was severely injured during a combat mission in Iraq.

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