Enlightened Appoints Hillary Wacks to Lead Business Development

Enlightened Inc., an IT consulting firm that provides cybersecurity, system integration and management consulting solutions, announced the appointment of Hillary Wacks as business development specialist.

Wacks brings to Enlightened significant experience across the marketing and business development spectrum. Prior to Enlightened, she managed a wide range of technology-led prospecting efforts using the latest cloud and Web-based tools for a variety of organizations. She has helped numerous Fortune 500 companies increase profit margins at 15 percent and more via successful online marketing campaigns. In her role at Enlightened, Wacks will expand and strengthen federal agency and government contracting relationships to help organizations leverage the company's portfolio of cybersecurity, system integration and management consulting solutions. She also will help to fuel strong brand recognition via a number of increased marketing and promotional efforts. Wacks holds a BBA in marketing from the George Washington University.

"Hillary is an accomplished and highly enthusiastic marketer who understands how to put technology to work for measurable ROI," said Antwanye Ford, Enlightened's CEO. "We are pleased to welcome her aboard at Enlightened and recognize that our customers and partners will also significantly benefit from her expertise and passion for business success."

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