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Apple Gleaning at Marker Miller Farms

Artlin joined the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) at Marker Miller Farm in Winchester, VA to glean apples leftover from this season’s harvest.  In addition to several other volunteer groups gleaning at Marker Miller, Arltin helped AFAC harvest 2,660 pounds of apples!  These apples will be included in the groceries and student lunches delivered to the average of 2,200 client families that AFAC serves each week.

2019-06-18T19:17:52+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Apple Gleaning at Marker Miller Farms

Artlin joined the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) at Marker Miller Farm in Winchester, VA to glean apples leftover from this season’s harvest.  In addition to several other volunteer groups gleaning at Marker Miller, Arltin helped AFAC harvest 2,660 pounds of apples!  These apples will be included in the groceries and student lunches delivered to the average of 2,200 client families that AFAC serves each week.

2019-06-18T19:49:09+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment

Artlin consultants and families recently participated in the Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment (ACE) annual Fall Cleanup at Barcroft Park. Artlin helped collect over 55 bags of trash and recyclables, which supported ACE’s mission to make Arlington a cleaner and more sustainable community.

2019-06-18T19:37:14+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) ‘Stuff the Bus’ Event

Artlin Consultants participated in the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) ‘Stuff the Bus’ event in September by staffing a food drive at a local grocery store.  AFAC collects and distributes groceries to help feed neighbors. Thanks to volunteer participation and the generous donations of Arlingtonians, AFAC was able to ‘stuff the bus’ with more than 2,500 pounds of beans, tomatoes, tuna, cereal and other much-needed items for the 2,200 client families that visit them each week.

2019-06-18T19:48:15+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA) Visit

Operation Jump Start

In July, a team from Artlin made a trip out to Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA) in Aldie, Virginia to help beautify the premises. Artlin took a tour of the facility which houses 100’s of dogs and cats. The team helped with mulching, weeding and gardening. FOHA is a wonderful, no-kill shelter that focuses on the rescue and placement of homeless dogs and cats in the Northern Virginia and Washington DC area. They rely on the support of volunteers and donations from the public to continue their rescue efforts.

2019-06-18T19:37:27+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment

Artlin consultants and families recently participated in the Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment (ACE) annual Fall Cleanup at Barcroft Park. Artlin helped collect over 55 bags of trash and recyclables, which supported ACE’s mission to make Arlington a cleaner and more sustainable community

2019-06-18T19:38:06+00:00June 18th, 2019|Community Service|

Artlin Consulting Welcomes New President & CEO

FAIRFAX, VA – Artlin Consulting, LLC, a Federal Consulting Firm based in Fairfax, VA, announced today that Sunny Singh has acquired the company and assumed the position of President effective November 30, 2018.  Robin Tomlin, founder and former President, will remain on the Board of Directors.

Artlin, founded in 2011, was formed on the principle that our customers deserve to work with knowledgeable Industry partners whom they can trust and depend on for quality, economical service. They provide consulting services concentrated in Supply Chain Management, Program Management, Strategic Sourcing, Business Process Re-engineering, and Process and Performance Improvement. Mr. Singh plans to continue Artlin’s track record of excellence.

Managing Partner Marilyn Maginniss explains that “Sunny offers an exciting opportunity for Artlin to expand into new markets while strengthening existing service offerings.”  Ms. Tomlin adds, “I am excited about what is ahead for Artlin under Sunny’s leadership. The team here at Artlin will continue to build on a very solid foundation to ensure our business, and more importantly, our people continue to thrive.”

Mr. Singh brings experience as a former CEO of a transportation and logistics company focused on Department of Defense Business. He plans to leverage his proven track record of successfully cultivating growing businesses to help Artlin reach his vision of a leading mid-sized Federal consulting firm. “Artlin has performed well as a small business that delivers strong consulting work and really cares about its customers,” says Mr. Singh. “I plan to build on that legacy as we grow into new areas.”

2019-06-19T19:15:15+00:00December 3rd, 2018|News|

Artlin Consulting Recognized in Consulting Magazine’s 2018 List of Fastest Growing Firms

FAIRFAX, VA — Artlin Consulting ranked 16th in Consulting magazine’s 2018 list of Fastest Growing Firms.  Consulting magazine produces an annual ranking of the consulting industry’s top performers in terms of revenue growth. Firms of all sizes from a variety of sectors are honored as the future of the industry.

“This recognition and award – Consulting’s Fastest Growing Firms—is aimed squarely at these up-and-coming firms that all too often fly below the radar because they are not the biggest or the best-known firms. We want to shine a light on these firms because they are the future of consulting”, says Joseph Kornik, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief- of Consulting magazine.

Artlin achieved an impressive growth rate of 263 percent between December 31, 2014 and December 31, 2017. President & CEO, Robin Tomlin, attributes her firm’s exceptional growth to Artlin’s high-caliber consultants.

“Without great people, we would not be experiencing this kind of success. This recognition is validation of all the hard work we have done over the past few years,” says Tomlin.

In all, 65 firms qualified for this year’s ranking, averaging a growth rate of 198 percent.

2018 has brought continued success for Artlin, both on existing contracts and new bid wins with clients such as the Department of Defense. Tomlin expresses an equally optimistic outlook for her firm in 2019. “We see opportunity in any situation where we can utilize our agility and experience to solve a client need,” she says, “and we are excited to branch out into other federal areas.”

About Artlin Consulting

Artlin Consulting is a certified woman-owned small business founded in 2011 by Robin A. Tomlin, a former IBM and PwC senior executive and one of Consultingmagazine’s Top Women Leaders. Artlin Consulting specializes in crafting and executing effective, efficient and economical solutions for its federal government clients. Known for its innovative problem-solving and dedicated customer service, the firm’s core services are strategic planning, program management, process and performance improvement, business process re-engineering, and supply chain management.

2019-06-19T19:16:23+00:00November 30th, 2018|News|

Artlin Consulting Announces New Vice President

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Artlin Consulting announced in October that it would name Brian C. Baney as the newest Vice President for the Washington, DC-based management consulting firm. Brian joins a seasoned leadership team that will help Artlin continue to expand into new customer engagements and develop a team of professionals that will deliver on our customers’ complex challenges.

Brian Baney is a certified supply chain and process improvement professional with over 13 years of experience in business development, operations, organizational improvement, policy development, and program management for defense and homeland security organizations. Mr. Baney received a B.A. in Psychology from Wake Forest University and an M.A. in Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics from the George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government.

2019-06-19T19:17:12+00:00November 6th, 2017|News|