New Hire Announcement – VP of Business Development

San Antonio, TX, June 8, 2021 – Vighter is pleased to announce Thomas (Tom) Harrison has joined our team as our new Vice President, of Business Development.

Tom comes to Vighter with a wealth of knowledge; having spent the majority of his 20-year career pursuing new business for notable firms such as DynCorp International, AECOM, Engility, SOSi, and most recently IDS International. He also has a rich reputation for growing small business into industry leaders. In his new role with Vighter, Tom will be responsible for leading the Company’s sales and business development activities as the US exits the pandemic and takes steps to return to normal.

 “As a fellow US Army veteran, Tom will easily integrate into our service-disabled veteran owned business.” stated Jeremy Calvert, Vighter’s CEO. “We are also very happy to bring his family back to Texas after spending so many years in the DC area. Welcome home to the Harrison family”.

About Vighter

Vighter has provided critical Professional Services to support challenging programs around the world since 2005. Today, our service offerings include: Contracted Workforce, Healthcare Operations, and Special Mission Support. Vighter has the unique ability to rapidly mobilize large numbers of professionals anywhere in the world to meet urgent requests for services and achieve mission success. 

Vighter is a CVE-verified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) accredited by The Joint Commission accreditation in Health Care Staffing Services (HCSS). The company is also accredited by the National Accreditation Alliance Medical Transport Applications (NAAMTA). As an ISO 9001:2015 registered firm, the company is committed to continuous improvement of its quality management system. Vighter is unusually responsive and flexible, which provides clients with a strategic resource to meet professional services needs in an economical and rapid manner.

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