Anestacia G. Evans has been with Deloitte almost 4 years as a Subcontracts Manager. She is a Subcontracts Professional with twelve (12) years of experience working in the Federal Subcontracts Industry from Cradle to Grave. She has managed subcontracts of all degrees of complexity in the federal space across the OCONUS and CONUS environments. She has Graduate Certificates in Procurement and Contracts Management and Project Management from the University of Virginia and has a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Strayer University. She began her undergraduate degree at North Carolina Central University and completed her Bachelor of Science at George Mason University. In her personal time, she enjoys fun and laughter with her family, traveling, and doing community activities like Meals on Wheels.
Kymiel Standifer is a native Floridian but moved to the DC area in 2009. She currently works for the IT and Data Analytics firm, Accenture Federal Services, as a Contracts Manger with various government clients. She joined the NCMA Tysons Chapter in 2013 and has held various roles such as Contract Life Cycle Series Volunteer, NCMA Tysons Conference Committee Board Member, Director of Awards and currently the Director of Program Support. In her spare time, she mentors with an esteemed college readiness program called College Bound as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters. She is also fluent in American Sign Language and led her to serve as a Board Member of the National Alliance of Black Interpreters – DC Chapter and Interpreter Coordinator of her Church. Kymiel believes that God provides many talents to everyone, professionally or personally, and if used in the right way even the smallest of these can make a huge difference. Page 5 NCMA Tysons Chapter Newsletter NCMA Tysons would like to congratulate the incoming CMLDP Class of 2020!
Janelle E. Taylor is committed to building effective systems that bridge mutual opportunities for small businesses, academic communities and industry professionals. Her passion for cultivating growth and empowerment is realized through advocacy, volunteer service and mentorship with a collective group of organizations. She serves as troop leader for the Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital, chapter mentor for the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is a member of NCMA Tyson’s chapter in which she serves on the Sponsorship Team and Leadership Development Committee. Ms. Taylor is a graduate of the University of Maryland, and a leader in improving programs, delivering acquisitions solutions and efficient project management with a record of outstanding past performance (awarded “Contractor of the Quarter”, November 2018), Office of Acquisitions, U.S. Customs and Border Protection- Department of Homeland Security. Ms. Taylor is CEO of JTOA Corporation- a professional services company that delivers strategy, consulting, and management training to the federal and private sectors. She is also founder of Jill Logistics, LLC – a local transport and commercial maintenance service company.