Press Release: Elizabeth Condrick Joins Mavendog as Director of Business Development

 Elizabeth Condrick, Director of Business Development, Mavendog, LLC

Elizabeth Condrick, Director of Business Development, Mavendog, LLC

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina—March 13, 2017—Mavendog today announced that Elizabeth Condrick will be joining Mavendog as the Director of Business Development, reporting to Managing Director and Founder Jon Vordermark. Condrick will have oversight of the sales direction for all Mavendog service lines.

“I am humbled that someone of Elizabeth's talents is joining our team,” said Vordermark. “She sees our vision and is someone uniquely qualified to implement it for our customers. She also has a gift for understanding customer needs and building long-lasting, successful business relationships and partnerships.”

“I cannot express enough how thrilled I am to be a part of this entrepreneurial journey,” said Condrick. “It is a company that is so different, refreshing, and rewarding. I am amazed by the innovation that Mavendog brings to an established industry, and I cannot wait to help it flourish in Charlotte and beyond. I am truly excited, not only for myself, but also for our future Mavendog customers."

Condrick will join Mavendog on March 30th, although she will continue to provide sales consulting for Dade Paper Company, where she is shepherding a period of outstanding growth and expansion in the southeast. Prior to Dade, she was the Director of Operations for Aveda, and earlier in her career she served as Marketing Manager for Pursley Dixon Architecture, Inc.

Mavendog, LLC is a management consulting operation that provides leadership in project management, change management, and business analysis. Mavendog is considered the "The Spec Ops of Project Management" -- a delivery-driven company with specialized service lines like Project Management Command (PMC); Unilateral Project Management (UPM); Project Assessment Services (PAS); Project Recovery Services (PRS); Change Management and Rehabilitation (CMR); and Investigative Analysis (IA).

Jon Vordermark