Satterfield & Pontikes (S&P) has named Amanda Graham as its Director of Business Development for the recently launched full-service project and program management company, Prolégo. In her role, Graham will be responsible for identifying new opportunities, establishing and maintaining relationships with clients, conducting market research analysis, and account management.
“When we surveyed the program management industry, we realized there was a critical component missing. Predictability: a way to bring a calm to the storm. With the launch of Prolégo, we’re using predictive analysis to provide the best outcome for our clients, whether it’s facility assessment, project controls, staff augmentation, MWBE/HUB consulting or executive advisory service,” says Graham. “I don’t like leaving things to chance, so when I was offered the opportunity to build a company whose very existence centers around predictability, I knew it was for me.”
Graham joins Prolégo from an Austin-based telecom management company where, as the Senior Director of Business Development, she was instrumental in developing revenue strategies and consulting with potential customers on their unique requirements. Graham has a background in commercial real estate and staff augmentation/recruiting. She has in-depth expertise in client representation as well as in identifying and providing the needed services and personnel skills to Fortune-ranked companies.
“As part of the S&P family, Amanda will explore and manage opportunities to grow the company’s consulting services capabilities,” says Clay E. Morel, S&P’s President. “She knows how to build rapport, think strategically and offer new perspectives that advance our business model. We are delighted that she has joined is part of our leadership team.”
Graham is currently a member of Commerical Real Estate Women (CREW) and was previously involved with Leadership North Houston, Sheltering Arms, Northwest Assistance, and National Charity League. Graham has called Houston home most of her life and attended Sam Houston State University in Huntsville.