Deborah L. Moses
President and CEO
Deborah Moses is a visionary. Like many leaders, she had a dream. Her dream was to create a business that treated its employees and its customers with respect, offering solutions different from other firms, and to be able to use that business to give to others. An author, speaker, and avid networker, if you need help, or need an introduction to someone, she can probably help!
Director of Field Operations
With two decades of providing and managing IT consulting services, Todd brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and expertise to the team. Leading the managers and on-site client teams, his blend of listening skills, management talent, personal understanding, professionalism and urgency are a perfect addition to the Veris team.
From keeping Deb in line to organizing training events and onboarding resources, Rita is the one to see if you need something.
Ever hear the phrase, "Still waters run deep"? Michelle is generally quietly working in her office, making sure that the financials are accurate, that taxes are taken care of, and the correspondence with our accountant is on time. One of the quietest and mild mannered executives you’ll meet, she can be a fierce supporter of the small business owner.
The Finance office bloodhound! When it comes to tracking down a payment, coordinating banking resources, or making sure invoices go out, bills get paid, and money comes in, Jody has it all under control calmly in her office
Veris’ staff resources are highly skilled, seasoned consultants with specialized expertise in various areas, including ITIL best practices, Project Management, ISO standards, and other more technologically specific practices. Whether you need a Project Manager or an entire project team, our consulting staff is up to the job.
All Veris trainers are experts in the areas they teach. You will never have a trainer who is simply academically trained; the person in front of the room will be a seasoned consultant in the subject matter, able to answer real-world questions and relate the material to your actual role.