Jonathan Wilber, second from left, with winners of the 2011 employee recognition awards.

Jonathan Wilber, President and CEO of Master Key Consulting

Native American Owned Company Concludes its Celebration of Ten Years of Service to the US Government.

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Jonathan Wilber, second from left, with winners of the 2011 employee recognition awards.

I began planning for my podcast series by listing all the people I knew in business who I wanted to interview. Jonathan Wilber was one of the first people I put on that list which grew to nearly 50 names. Even though I could have done the interview over the phone or via Skype, I wanted to wait until I could do it in person, across the table from Jon in his Bethesda, Maryland office.

I got that opportunity a couple of weeks ago when he hired me to shoot photos of the culmination of the celebration of his company’s ten years in business. Master Key Consulting is a provider of IT and training services to the federal government. In full disclosure, I worked for Master Key part time and then full time ending over five years ago.

Menominee Indian Tribe of WisconsinLeaving Master Key Consulting was a difficult decision for me, but I knew that someday I would again have the pleasure of serving Jonathan Wilber, a man of impeccable character and unmatched skill as an inspiring business leader. The weekend I spent with Jon, his family and employees was highlighted by getting to know some of his fellow members of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. He brought a contingent of them to Washington, DC to put the exclamation point on the celebration. Native dancers and singers and a historian presented their art, history and culture at the National Museum of the American Indian, documented here on Master Key Consulting’s Flickr account.

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  1. Scott Gossler - January 9, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    Hi Monie
    Sorry but I can not listen to your audio files because you use flash and Apple will not allow flash on iPhone or iPad. You may be missing an audience of Apple users. I hear that Flash has problems that can allow hackers in or somthing like that. I’ll see if I can find more on it for now.
    Scott

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