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Join Andy, CRMD & Team M.A.P Sunday September 30th to CRUSH Cancer.

Raising money at the 2015 UMASS Medicine Walk & Run Charity Drive

The 20th Anniversary UMASS Cancer Walk & Run is this Sunday. Help Andy crush his fundraising goal of $17,500!

 

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the UMASS Cancer Walk, held every September to raise money for cancer research and care. 

 

Andy Payette, CRMD’s vice president of engagement, knows all too intimately about the devastating reality of cancer. In 1989, at just 31 years old Marc Andre Payette succumbed to his battle with Osteosarcoma, a rare cancer of the bone.

In memory of his late father Marc, Andy, Scott and all his family started Team M.A.P as a means to raise money for adult and pediatric cancer research and honor their father’s hard fought battle with the disease. Since 2009, they have participated every year in the Cancer Walk, raising over $80,000(!) and rallying 70+ participants to raise money to support research, care and life-saving clinical trials.

The Payette family continue to raise funds beyond the September walk and personally donate money to assist with medical bills for families affected by terminal diagnosis. To further this effort, Team M.A.P also runs an annual Golf Tournament, NCAA March Madness bracket fundraiser, and other events throughout the year to continue raising money to help find a cure.

Read more about the story behind Team M.A.P

 

“Cancer impacts everyone in some shape or form. It is Team M.A.P.’s mission to do everything they can to help find a cure and support local families who are battling a cancer diagnosis. From travel, medical expenses, income shortages or just having the money to enjoy the time left with your family and friends, there are significant costs above and beyond the physical and emotional tolls of being diagnosed with cancer. Our family thanks everyone for their support and hope to continue to work with all of you to continue to make a difference.”

TOGETHER LET'S FIND A CURE. DONATE TO THE UMASS CANCER WALK & RUN HERE

Andy Payette Joins CRMD as Vice President of Engagements

CRMD Appoints Former Kaminario Global Inside Sales Director as Vice President of Engagements

CRMD is excited to welcome new vice president of engagement Andy Payette to our team. He comes to CRMD with a wealth of experience selling and advising on all aspects of the information technology segment through both hardware and software solution sales. In his role, Andy will oversee the development of new business opportunities and lead the CRMD sales team.

Before joining CRMD, Andy managed the inside sales team at Kaminario first as manager before being promoted to a director role for the company’s Global Inside Sales department. In that role, he and his team generated over $100M of net new pipeline.

WATCH: Andy's CRMD Intro Bio

Most importantly, we are excited to have Andy’s exuberant personality and affability on board to provide expert support in the Salesforce.com and Lightning implementations to our clients.

In his spare time, Andy helps run the Drive for a Cure Golf Tournament as a tournament co-director raising donation for the UMASS Cancer Center.

To reach Andy, connect with him on Linkedin or email [email protected]

CRMD CFO Mentors Level EDU Capstone Projects.

This post originally shows up on the blog of Level Edu. Level Education offers short duration, intensive boot camp programs out of Northeastern University, designed to develop high-demand technical skills via rigorous course work supplemented by a practical, hands-on Capstone project pairing students 1:1 with an industry-leading employer partner. Learn more about the Level Data Analytics Program. To apply to Level Edu, click here. Have questions or want to work with team CRMD? Contact us here

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CRMD Pairs with Level Data Analytics Bootcamp as Industry-Leading Employer Partner for Capstone Project

CRMD’s CFO Chad Cavanaugh travels to Toronto with Level Capstone project student Clayton Wilson’s for a 2-day Datathon at Rotman’s School of Management at UToronto. Read Clayton’s recap of his experience at the Datathon, what he’s learned through the Levels program, and working with CRMD.

Check out his slide story below and let us know what you think. Don’t forget to give Clayton kudos in the comments!