My time at StoneHenge has been great. For those that have been in this industry a while, you know how different the corporate and consulting worlds are. There are great things and challenges about both. I’ve learned a ton from the consulting world by working with lots of different companies, and StoneHenge has given me lots of opportunities to grow in my career. Leaving StoneHenge was very hard; I feel like we are a family. But, sometimes I just becomes clear that it’s time to move on.
I formerly worked for Dollar Thrifty for about 3 1/2 years. DTAG then outsourced IT to EDS and I became an EDS employee. I worked for EDS for about 6 months, then left and came to work for StoneHenge.
Recently, however, DTAG has become bringing parts of IT back in house. They then announced the hiring of 19 new IT managers. I applied for one of these positions and was offered the job.
I’m excited for the change, it seems the IT department is moving in the right direction. It will be a lot of work, and a big change from the consulting world. but I’m ready for it.