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Lt. Gov. Guadagno Visits DIVERSANT in Red Bank

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Gene Waddy, left, CEO of DIVERSANT in Red Bank, talks to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno during her tour of the company. With Waddy and Guadagno are: second from the right, Joseph Constance, business advocate for the New Jersey Department of State and Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna.

Published on July 27, 2012 with No Comments

Gene Waddy, left, CEO of DIVERSANT in Red Bank, talks to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno during her tour of the company. With Waddy and Guadagno are: second from the right, Joseph Constance, business advocate for the New Jersey Department of State and Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna.

RED BANK – Continuing her tour of New Jersey’s fastest growing businesses to acknowledge the role these companies play in the New Jersey Comeback, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno toured DIVERSANT, the largest African American-owned IT staffing and solutions firm in the United States, with nearly $100 million in revenue.

Guadagno was serving as acting governor on Wednesday, July 18, the day of her visit to the Newman Springs Road company.

“It is a pleasure to tour a company that is dedicated to professional excellence, diversity, business growth and success in New Jersey,” Guadagno said. “The New Jersey Comeback is taking place in large part because of businesses like DIVERSANT, that have a long-term commitment to and partnership with our state.”

DIVERSANT was named on the Inc. 500/5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in America for the last three years. Founded in 2005, DIVERSANT has 600 consultants working in 35 states, with offices in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Illinois. DIVERSANT is a fully certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) provider, dedicated to the promotion of diversity in the supply chain and throughout the workplace.

“As a lifetime New Jersey resident, I am excited to host Acting Gov. Guadagno at DIVERSANT’s headquarters in Red Bank. DIVERSANT has grown to a $100M business here in New Jersey and we are committed to being a responsible corporate citizen with a continued focus on job creation, community outreach and engagement with our political leadership. We look forward to continuing to expand our footprint in New Jersey and nationwide,” DIVERSANT CEO Gene Waddy said.

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