CEC Bridgeport Office Strengthens Commitment to Client Relationships with the Addition of Corley
Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) is proud to announce the hiring of Devanna Corley as a principal and Director of Strategic Client Development for the firm’s Bridgeport, W.Va., office. Corley brings more than 21 years of experience and a diverse background to CEC, including previous roles at leading law, higher education, and industry-related firms.
“Devanna is an exceptional communicator and collaborative leader who will oversee business operations, client development, and pursuit functions for West Virginia and beyond,” said Dennis Miller, P.S., vice president and Bridgeport office lead. “She will be working with current and prospective clients to diversify and develop projects in the public and private sectors.”
Corley’s expertise is in developing and implementing business development plans that include economic, social, and industry-specific factors. Through coordinated efforts among all levels of an organization, she develops a scope of activities that both enhance relationships with existing and potential clients and advance corporate initiatives.
“I am honored to become a principal member of CEC and am pleased that the role is heavily focused on client relationships,” Corley notes. “I look forward to contributing to the overall success of CEC’s Bridgeport office and to cultivating new relationships in untapped markets.”
Corley earned her undergraduate degree and Master of Business Administration from Fairmont State University, where she currently serves as an adjunct faculty member for the College of Business.
For more information on CEC’s Bridgeport office, visit our website here.
About Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) provides comprehensive market-oriented consulting services to advance client strategic business objectives. CEC is recognized for delivering innovative design solutions and integrated expertise in air quality, civil engineering, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, survey/geospatial, waste management, and water resources.
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