Elizabeth Ahrens Appointed to IT Leadership Role at NetImpact Strategies

Jeff Brody
Elizabeth Ahrens

Elizabeth Ahrens, former vice president of operations at Emagine IT, has joined NetImpact Strategies to manage information technology activities, FedHealthIT.com reported Thursday.

She will contribute her experience in systems engineering, IT development, integration, strategy, management and cybersecurity to the firm.

Ahrens formerly held operational leadership roles at firms such as TIAG and Technatomy.

NetImpact Strategies, a woman-owned small business, provides customers with a variety of IT services including modernization, cloud and cybersecurity.

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