WashingtonExec recently named Kristin Cuadros, executive assistant to Attain Chairman and CEO Greg Baroni, as chair of its Executive Assistant Committee.
The committee is the only group in the D.C. metro area specially designed for the professional development of executive assistants in the government and government contracting sectors. The formal network for C-suite EAs in the government contracting community, the committee touts more than 100 EA members who convene to enhance the profession, share best practices, and engage in professional development.
Topics for the group include honest dialogue, building a network, crisis communication, financial statements, and technology adoption.
Cuadros is a seasoned EA with more than six years of experience supporting CEOs in the GovCon industry. In addition to her role supporting the Attain chairman and CEO, she has expanded her responsibilities by working directly with customers on-site and providing support on various contracts. Cuadros also is actively involved in the oversight of Attain’s facilities needs as the company continues to grow at a rapid rate. S
Prior to joining Attain, Cuadros supported the CEO and chief operating officer at Salient Federal Solutions, now operating under SalientCRGT. Cuadros was with the organization from startup through six acquisitions that grew the company to $360 million in revenue and over 1,700 employees.
“Kristin has been a valuable member of the WashingtonExec community, and was a key contributor in the creation of the EA Committee,” said JD Kathuria, CEO and founder of WashingtonExec. “I have no doubt in my mind that the EA committee will thrive and grow tremendously with Kristin as the chair.”