Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford recently visited Ausley Associates, Inc. to discuss the company’s twenty years of contributions to Maryland’s workforce while serving the Department of Defense and the commercial unmanned aircraft and international trade marketplaces.
“We are thankful for the Lt. Governor’s willingness to make time in his schedule to visit Ausley,” said Scott Sanders, Ausley president. “The visit was very timely as not only are we celebrating twenty years of business, but we are experiencing a period of significant sustained growth here in Maryland that underlines the work we are doing to support international business. We are proud to showcase our employees, as it’s their accomplishments that have brought us success through the past twenty years. We appreciate the opportunity to share our story with the Lt. Governor.”
In addition to the Lt. Governor, distinguished guests included Gretchen Heinz-Hardman, Office of the Governor’s intergovernmental affairs liaison to the Southern Maryland region, and Randy TeBeest, aerospace program manager for the Maryland Department of Commerce’s Office of Cybersecurity & Aerospace.