Wichita, Kan. – (September 27, 2019) – Melissa Ramon-Glasscock, Operations Manager (Business Communications), has been recognized by the Wichita Business Journal as part of their Women Who Lead publication. Ramon-Glasscock was featured as a leader in the Professional Services category.
The Women Who Lead publication is new to Wichita for 2019, but has been a staple for other papers in the American City Business Journals network for many years. According to the WBJ, “It is through the Women Who Lead publication that we will recognize women who regularly offer guidance and learning to others, unselfishly. They help others move along their journeys in life both personally and professionally.”
The publication features women who lead in Financial Services, Health Care, Philanthropy, Education, Professional Services, and Education. The women featured in the publication will be formally recognized during a reception hosted by the WBJ on October 29, 2019.
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As mentioned in the article, Ramon-Glasscock states, “Technology is always evolving. For women that like a challenge, this is one of the most exciting things about the industry—the rapid growth keeps me engaged and forward moving.”
Ramon-Glasscock joined the High Touch team when the company acquired Great Plains Communications (GPC) in 2016.
“Initially, I went to school for early childhood education. I was a water safety instructor during my high school and early adult years, and I loved to teach swimming lessons to kids. Naturally, I thought that education was the best career path for me,” states Ramon-Glasscock. “However, as a young adult, I was eager to jump into the working world. I ended up on a much different career path working for a facilities management company. This choice eventually led me down the path to other project management opportunities.”
Throughout her three years at High Touch, Ramon-Glasscock has expanded her leadership and support skills. Recently, she was promoted to Operations Manager, overseeing High Touch’s Business Communications Support team.
Congratulations Melissa! Thank you for everything you do to help High Touch bring the human touch to technology.Read the WBJ Article