The DVBA is has successfully created the infrastructure to scale and grow the organization with increased stability.
The Disabled Veterans Business Alliance (DVBA) today announced William Osgood, Michelle Matthews, and Tyler Byrne to its sponsor management, accounting, communications, and event planning departments.
As an experienced business owner and Los Angeles DVBA chapter president, William Osgood will lead the charge in serving as the organization’s primary interface for corporate and member relations.
“William is the perfect candidate for the job since he’s worked with many of our sponsors over the years and already has a working relationship,” said Rene Cota, Executive Director of DVBA. “We’re very proud to have him on board.”
Michelle Mathews has many years of accounting experience and is a UCLA alumni with a B.A. in Economics. Michelle will manage the DVBA’s new hi-tech accounting system, leveraged by Google Drive and Quickbooks Cloud. Michelle will serve as the accounting director for the DVBA.
“Michelle is a tremendous asset to the organization because of her relentless focus on details and improving financial performance for the DVBA.” said Rene Cota.
Tyler Byrne is a bonafide business owner and entrepreneur with many years of event planning, graphic design, web marketing, and communications experience. He has over 15 years of event planning and project management experience at various locations. Moreover, Tyler has planned, produced, and managed twelve successful conventions in AZ, TX, and CA venues which include over 1,200 sponsors and exhibitors per venue.
“With the addition of Tyler Byrne and his diversified skill-set to handle a broad range of technical tasks, the DVBA has the edge and extended capacity to manage information, communications, and marketing,” said Rene Cota. “We’re excited to have him.”
About the DVBA
The DVBA is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to the vision of helping veterans achieve their full potential in life. DVBA’s mission is to provide resources and work side-by-side with veterans to grow and expand their business enterprise. For more information, visit www.dvba.org or call (888) 517-DVBA (3822)