MCLEAN, Va., March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HumanTouch, LLC, today announced that founder, president and CEO, Moe Jafari has been named a Washington Business Journal's 4th Annual Minority Business Leader honoree. Along with 26 other honorees, Jafari has been recognized based on his professional achievements, personal success story and nonprofit, philanthropic and community contributions.
"I am thrilled to be recognized as an honoree for this award. I look forward to meeting my fellow honorees and congratulating them in person," commented Jafari. There was a strong focus on community service and voluntarism in the selection criteria, "Involvement in the community has always been a high priority for me. Most recently, in December, as director of 'Decorate a Vet,' I worked with the nonprofit to honor local DC veterans and their families by decorating their homes for the holidays. This was a highlight of my year," he explains.
The Minority Business Leader Awards honor the Washington area's top minority business leaders and owners who exhibited outstanding performance for their companies within the last 12-18 months. The finalists will be profiled in a special supplement of today's edition of the Washington Business Journal. They will also be honored at a luncheon and awards program, today, at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC.
HumanTouch, LLC is a Small Business Administration (SBA)-certified Section 8(a) Small and Disadvantaged Business providing professional and information technology services to the U.S. Federal Government.
HumanTouch offers forward-thinking solutions with a "human touch," backed by a history of excellence and customer satisfaction. Founded in 1997, HumanTouch is a closely-held company with headquarters in McLean, Virginia. For more information, please visit our website at www.HumanTouchLLC.com.
SOURCE HumanTouch, LLC