“We understand that work, family and community co-exist. When any element is out of balance, they all suffer.”
– Kim Hayes
CEO and Co-Founder of The Ambit Group
We devote up to three percent of the company’s time to community outreach each year. Our impact on the community grows as our company grows. We are proud to support our military, local children and their families, as well as our industry.
We are dedicated to:
- Our Troops: Founded by two service-disabled veterans, we support organizations that support our troops, including the Service-members’ Legal Defense Network, Wounded Warriors, Luke’s Wings, Team Fisher House, Operation Jump Start and Operation Covert Santa. We assist veterans and their families in their transition from a military career into the civilian world.
- Local Children and Families: We help children and families through crisis. We are longtime participants and sponsors of Ronald McDonald House Charities, the American Red Cross and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Our employees donate time and resources to the Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS) and So Others Might Eat (SOME), and actively support organizations that prevent breast cancer.
- The Industry: Ambit is deeply involved with the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Voyagers program to mentor the industry’s future leaders. We are a sponsor and active participant in Young Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), promoting professional development, leadership and mentoring. Ambit Co-Founder and CEO Kim Hayes stated, “We make the personal effort to ‘pay it forward’ by mentoring young business owners, helping them learn to navigate the federal space.”