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Women In Business 2012 Award

By October 8, 2015June 19th, 2019No Comments

Jeri Prophet, President of IntellecTechs, Inc. honored as one of Inside Business’ Women in Business 2012. Inside Business pays tribute to business women in Hampton Roads who have made an impact on the business community.
Jeri Prophet, President of IntellecTechs, Inc. has been honored as one of Inside Business magazine’s Women in Business for 2012. Every year, Inside Business pays special tribute to business women in the Hampton Roads area who have been successful in their careers and have made a significant impact on the business community, local economy and served as mentors to others.

“I am very delighted to be recognized among such amazing business women in Hampton Roads. I am also proud to be honored as a leader in the often male-dominated Information Technology industry and to serve as a role model for future female business leaders,” said Jeri Prophet. Receiving this recognition is very dear to Jeri’s personal mission – to guide the success of women in the workforce.

In 2008, Jeri Prophet founded IntellecTechs, a full-service Information Technology company headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia. IntellecTechs specializes in networking, cybersecurity, repairs, custom computer builds, web design, programming and certification training and testing. IntellecTechs’ highly-experienced engineers and technicians provide comprehensive computer services to a variety of government, military, commercial and residential clients.

Jeri Prophet, a US Navy veteran, has created programs and services to enhance the lives of veteran women and men. She founded MOVIT (Mentoring Our Veterans Into Tomorrow), a mentorship program which secures suitable employment for Wounded Warriors/People with Significant Disabilities; co-founded, an online job site dedicated to helping veterans of the military find jobs from today’s top companies. In addition, Jeri is an active member of Executive Women International- Hampton Roads Chapter and uses her resources to offer free career improvement classes to local women re-entering the workforce. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Vetshouse, Inc. an organization serving homeless veterans in Hampton Roads.